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Some economists think a National-led government would be more inflationary than Labour
4th Oct 23, 7:02pm
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Some economists think a National-led government would be more inflationary than Labour
A super-majority of voters want to fix tax bracket creep but only two political parties agree
24th Jun 23, 9:01am
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A super-majority of voters want to fix tax bracket creep but only two political parties agree
Susan St John says instead of a complicated net wealth tax on everything, let’s start with the biggest culprit – housing. This would address the under-taxation of income from holding housing as an asset
21st Jun 23, 12:41pm
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Susan St John says instead of a complicated net wealth tax on everything, let’s start with the biggest culprit – housing. This would address the under-taxation of income from holding housing as an asset
The Green Party would provide a guaranteed income of $385 a week, paid for with a wealth tax on assets over $2m and 45% tax on income over $180,000
11th Jun 23, 11:13am
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The Green Party would provide a guaranteed income of $385 a week, paid for with a wealth tax on assets over $2m and 45% tax on income over $180,000
Te wiki o te tāke; The New Zealand Tax Podcast - flood tax break, how tax applies to income from flatmates, provisional tax issues, and taxing unrealised gains
7th May 23, 1:51pm
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Te wiki o te tāke; The New Zealand Tax Podcast - flood tax break, how tax applies to income from flatmates, provisional tax issues, and taxing unrealised gains
Susan St John says a fair tax system includes asset owners having the income from their net assets imputed to them and taxed
25th Apr 23, 9:00am
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Susan St John says a fair tax system includes asset owners having the income from their net assets imputed to them and taxed
Te wiki o te tāke; The New Zealand Tax Podcast – shots fired in the debate over the true tax burden in New Zealand, and lessons from FATCA
24th Apr 23, 7:00am
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Te wiki o te tāke; The New Zealand Tax Podcast – shots fired in the debate over the true tax burden in New Zealand, and lessons from FATCA
Te wiki o te tāke; The New Zealand Tax Podcast – a new tax year so in with the new but the old issues remain
16th Apr 23, 9:00am
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Te wiki o te tāke; The New Zealand Tax Podcast – a new tax year so in with the new but the old issues remain
Te wiki o te tāke; the long historical reach of Inland Revenue; the case for treating landlords differently; and are breast implants tax deductible?
2nd Apr 23, 7:08pm
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Te wiki o te tāke; the long historical reach of Inland Revenue; the case for treating landlords differently; and are breast implants tax deductible?
Both parties assume New Zealand must keep tax and net debt around 30% of GDP. Bernard Hickey argues this assumption underpins the fatally flawed model NZ Inc is addicted to
12th Jul 22, 7:04pm
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Both parties assume New Zealand must keep tax and net debt around 30% of GDP. Bernard Hickey argues this assumption underpins the fatally flawed model NZ Inc is addicted to
Economist Brian Easton says the informed discussion on the next steps in tax policy is about improving the income tax base, not about taxing wealth directly
23rd May 22, 8:47am
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Economist Brian Easton says the informed discussion on the next steps in tax policy is about improving the income tax base, not about taxing wealth directly
Revenue Minister, worried about the fairness of the tax system, proposes creation of tax principles and reporting standards
26th Apr 22, 4:16pm
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Revenue Minister, worried about the fairness of the tax system, proposes creation of tax principles and reporting standards
Government investigating ways of preventing high-income earners from using trusts and companies to lower their personal tax bills
19th Mar 22, 9:30am
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Government investigating ways of preventing high-income earners from using trusts and companies to lower their personal tax bills
Why the tax cuts National is proposing to ease the pain inflicted by inflation is likely to worsen the problem - for now at least
8th Mar 22, 5:56pm
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Why the tax cuts National is proposing to ease the pain inflicted by inflation is likely to worsen the problem - for now at least
How parents who help their kids buy houses might get stung (a little less than before) under the bright-line test
6th Mar 22, 6:00am
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How parents who help their kids buy houses might get stung (a little less than before) under the bright-line test
Unprecedented high in income tax paid by individuals in October eclipsed in November, with low unemployment seeing more kiwis forking out for the tax man
29th Jan 22, 9:30am
by Toby Allen
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Unprecedented high in income tax paid by individuals in October eclipsed in November, with low unemployment seeing more kiwis forking out for the tax man
Inland Revenue responds over criticism regarding surprise tax bills
17th Jun 21, 2:49pm
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Inland Revenue responds over criticism regarding surprise tax bills
Revenue Minister David Parker says demands for tax cuts aren't as 'realistic or responsible' as they might've been pre-COVID
11th Jun 21, 1:40pm
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Revenue Minister David Parker says demands for tax cuts aren't as 'realistic or responsible' as they might've been pre-COVID
The Week in Tax: more on the implications of the Government's shock property taxation proposals. And reflections on the future of tax
28th Mar 21, 5:22pm
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The Week in Tax: more on the implications of the Government's shock property taxation proposals. And reflections on the future of tax
Week in Tax Special: Changes to the bright-line test and interest deductibility rules as reviewed by tax specialist Terry Baucher
23rd Mar 21, 3:27pm
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Week in Tax Special: Changes to the bright-line test and interest deductibility rules as reviewed by tax specialist Terry Baucher
The Week in Tax: Inland Revenue fires a warning shot at real estate agents, the IMF wades into the housing debate, and more year-end tax issues
22nd Mar 21, 10:51am
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The Week in Tax: Inland Revenue fires a warning shot at real estate agents, the IMF wades into the housing debate, and more year-end tax issues
The Week in Tax: the Government giveth and it taketh on loss relief, reviewing Working for Families, and getting ready for the end of the tax year
15th Mar 21, 10:16am
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The Week in Tax: the Government giveth and it taketh on loss relief, reviewing Working for Families, and getting ready for the end of the tax year
The Week in Tax - New loss continuity rule for businesses, hopes rise for a global agreement on digital taxation, and the implications for Kiwis of the British budget
7th Mar 21, 11:15am
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The Week in Tax - New loss continuity rule for businesses, hopes rise for a global agreement on digital taxation, and the implications for Kiwis of the British budget
The Week in Tax - notes from the International Fiscal Association Conference, Covid-19 resurgence support payments applications go live, and how rich are the rich?
1st Mar 21, 11:27am
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The Week in Tax - notes from the International Fiscal Association Conference, Covid-19 resurgence support payments applications go live, and how rich are the rich?
The Week in Tax - a new Covid-19 resurgence support payment, a Digital Services Tax for Facebook, and what to do ahead of the tax year end
21st Feb 21, 12:00pm
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The Week in Tax - a new Covid-19 resurgence support payment, a Digital Services Tax for Facebook, and what to do ahead of the tax year end