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Unless we can find some way of taxing wealth as well as incomes, New Zealand is headed for an intergenerational economic meltdown, Grant Thornton tax partner Murray Brewer argues
2nd Jun 19, 6:02am
by Guest
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Unless we can find some way of taxing wealth as well as incomes, New Zealand is headed for an intergenerational economic meltdown, Grant Thornton tax partner Murray Brewer argues
January tax collections show individuals paying 11% more in income taxes this year than last, but less for GST. Company taxes dip as well
1st Mar 19, 10:28am
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January tax collections show individuals paying 11% more in income taxes this year than last, but less for GST. Company taxes dip as well
Ahead of the Government's new Tax Working Group, David Chaston casts a broad historical eye over NZ tax and how it's paid
26th Nov 17, 6:51am
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Ahead of the Government's new Tax Working Group, David Chaston casts a broad historical eye over NZ tax and how it's paid
ACT has moved closer to the centre of the political spectrum with its tax policy. This has won it votes in the past. The question is whether it will do so in this election
6th Jul 17, 5:01pm
by Julia Wiener
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ACT has moved closer to the centre of the political spectrum with its tax policy. This has won it votes in the past. The question is whether it will do so in this election
Deborah Russell says that for all its technical attributes that make our tax system a model widely admired, it is not serving the broader economy or society well
18th Sep 16, 7:13am
by Guest
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Deborah Russell says that for all its technical attributes that make our tax system a model widely admired, it is not serving the broader economy or society well
Brian Taylor asks, Can tax be used to stimulate the New Zealand economy?
1st May 16, 3:55pm
by Guest
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Brian Taylor asks, Can tax be used to stimulate the New Zealand economy?
Huge international study matching tax approaches and subjective wellbeing scores shows that people feel better with 'distortionary' taxes, but growth is higher with 'non-distortionary' taxes: Motu
6th Apr 16, 5:35am
by Guest
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Huge international study matching tax approaches and subjective wellbeing scores shows that people feel better with 'distortionary' taxes, but growth is higher with 'non-distortionary' taxes: Motu
Key agrees with LGNZ that rates not perfect, but not interested in 'opening floodgates' to new council taxes and spending; suggests they use more debt, delayed rates for pensioners
3rd Feb 15, 10:07am
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Key agrees with LGNZ that rates not perfect, but not interested in 'opening floodgates' to new council taxes and spending; suggests they use more debt, delayed rates for pensioners
Bernard Hickey points to planned crackdowns on tax evasion by big global tech companies in Europe and Australia and wonders why New Zealand is so quiet
5th Oct 14, 7:30am
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Bernard Hickey points to planned crackdowns on tax evasion by big global tech companies in Europe and Australia and wonders why New Zealand is so quiet
We have a competitive tax system and we have growth. A major comparison of tax competitiveness across all OECD countries tries to suggest they are related
23rd Sep 14, 5:19pm
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We have a competitive tax system and we have growth. A major comparison of tax competitiveness across all OECD countries tries to suggest they are related
Matt Nolan looks at how fairness and redistribution work in the way taxes are designed and who actually pays after the resulting 'incentive' shifts
6th Aug 13, 9:50am
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Matt Nolan looks at how fairness and redistribution work in the way taxes are designed and who actually pays after the resulting 'incentive' shifts
Matt Nolan looks at how taxes on consumption and capital income work, and how they differ from income taxes
25th Jun 13, 10:49am
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Matt Nolan looks at how taxes on consumption and capital income work, and how they differ from income taxes
Matt Nolan looks at why we have income taxes, their benefits and the problems with efficiency and 'deadweight losses'
11th Jun 13, 10:14am
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Matt Nolan looks at why we have income taxes, their benefits and the problems with efficiency and 'deadweight losses'
Matt Nolan looks at tax systems and how we can focus on fairness while keeping them efficient
28th May 13, 10:36am
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Matt Nolan looks at tax systems and how we can focus on fairness while keeping them efficient
Matt Nolan explores how tax distorts behaviour and who ends up bearing the actual cost of a tax
14th May 13, 1:41pm
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Matt Nolan explores how tax distorts behaviour and who ends up bearing the actual cost of a tax
Matt Nolan explores what tax is and the trade-offs involved with different ways of taxing
30th Apr 13, 12:08pm
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Matt Nolan explores what tax is and the trade-offs involved with different ways of taxing