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Te wiki o te tāke Budget Special – no big tax surprise but Inland Revenue gets some extra funding
19th May 22, 2:22pm
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Te wiki o te tāke Budget Special – no big tax surprise but Inland Revenue gets some extra funding
Buddle Findlay's Tony Wilkinson, Fiona Heiford & Maria Clezy highlight problems with NZ's ad hoc capital gains tax rules, and the unlevel playing field this causes
19th May 22, 7:46am
by Guest
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Buddle Findlay's Tony Wilkinson, Fiona Heiford & Maria Clezy highlight problems with NZ's ad hoc capital gains tax rules, and the unlevel playing field this causes
IMF says New Zealand house prices have increased by almost four times the average increase across OECD countries since 1998
16th May 22, 10:11am
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IMF says New Zealand house prices have increased by almost four times the average increase across OECD countries since 1998
Economist Brian Easton says while the new fiscal rules may not be contentious, what they mean for macroeconomic management is not explained
16th May 22, 8:44am
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Economist Brian Easton says while the new fiscal rules may not be contentious, what they mean for macroeconomic management is not explained
Te wiki o te tāke week; Consulting on international tax, a new CEO. Consulting on Working for Families, and a look ahead to the budget. All this plus the Rolling Stones
15th May 22, 7:41pm
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Te wiki o te tāke week; Consulting on international tax, a new CEO. Consulting on Working for Families, and a look ahead to the budget. All this plus the Rolling Stones
Even if next week’s budget avoids the issue, it’s time New Zealand seriously considered a wealth tax, Lisa Marriott argues
11th May 22, 10:27am
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Even if next week’s budget avoids the issue, it’s time New Zealand seriously considered a wealth tax, Lisa Marriott argues
Former IRD Deputy Commissioner and current Secretary for Transport Peter Mersi to be IRD Commissioner and Chief Executive from July
10th May 22, 11:16am
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Former IRD Deputy Commissioner and current Secretary for Transport Peter Mersi to be IRD Commissioner and Chief Executive from July
Te wiki o te tāke; Inland Revenue gets ready for tax filing season, puts recipients of COVID-19 support payments under the microscope. Insights into the composition of the Top 0.1%
9th May 22, 12:35pm
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Te wiki o te tāke; Inland Revenue gets ready for tax filing season, puts recipients of COVID-19 support payments under the microscope. Insights into the composition of the Top 0.1%
Te wiki o te tāke - the Minister of Revenue goes back to first principles as the final due date for submissions on two controversial proposals illustrates why, and the IRS drops the ball
30th Apr 22, 3:58pm
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Te wiki o te tāke - the Minister of Revenue goes back to first principles as the final due date for submissions on two controversial proposals illustrates why, and the IRS drops the ball
Revenue Minister, worried about the fairness of the tax system, proposes creation of tax principles and reporting standards
26th Apr 22, 4:16pm
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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Revenue Minister, worried about the fairness of the tax system, proposes creation of tax principles and reporting standards
Te Wiki o te tāke; Higher interest rates on unpaid tax; extended reporting requirements for trusts; and the potential New Zealand tax implications of a British political scandal
25th Apr 22, 10:59am
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Te Wiki o te tāke; Higher interest rates on unpaid tax; extended reporting requirements for trusts; and the potential New Zealand tax implications of a British political scandal
Te wiki o te tāke; comparing New Zealand’s taxation of property with other countries; OECD heralds a clampdown on crypto-assets; and another warning from Inland Revenue about attempts to manipulate income to avoid the 39% tax rate
10th Apr 22, 2:05pm
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Te wiki o te tāke; comparing New Zealand’s taxation of property with other countries; OECD heralds a clampdown on crypto-assets; and another warning from Inland Revenue about attempts to manipulate income to avoid the 39% tax rate
Te wiki o te tāke; Interest limitation and bright-line test changes now enacted, guidance to help find your way through the maze of the financial arrangements rules, and the Australian Budget might give the IRD ideas
3rd Apr 22, 9:44am
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Te wiki o te tāke; Interest limitation and bright-line test changes now enacted, guidance to help find your way through the maze of the financial arrangements rules, and the Australian Budget might give the IRD ideas
LINZ issues guidance clarifying that while foreigners can't buy existing houses in NZ, they can build rental houses
31st Mar 22, 9:30am
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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LINZ issues guidance clarifying that while foreigners can't buy existing houses in NZ, they can build rental houses
Changes to the tax deductibility rules for residential investment property could bring significant changes to the housing market
30th Mar 22, 11:37am
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Changes to the tax deductibility rules for residential investment property could bring significant changes to the housing market
Economist Brian Easton says the claims that our current inflation is due to government spending are nonsensical
28th Mar 22, 8:30am
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Economist Brian Easton says the claims that our current inflation is due to government spending are nonsensical
Terry Baucher assesses the IRD's proposal for a big stick to counter top tax rate avoidance, potential tax changes make a difference to the cost of living, and what you should do to get ready for tax year end
27th Mar 22, 9:52am
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Terry Baucher assesses the IRD's proposal for a big stick to counter top tax rate avoidance, potential tax changes make a difference to the cost of living, and what you should do to get ready for tax year end
IMF calls for 'significant increases' to the OCR, more targeted govt spending than fuel tax cuts, a lower corporate tax rate and introduction of a capital gains tax
24th Mar 22, 9:11am
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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IMF calls for 'significant increases' to the OCR, more targeted govt spending than fuel tax cuts, a lower corporate tax rate and introduction of a capital gains tax
One side says we should cut taxes but does not mention the implications for public spending; the other says we should increase public spending, but does not mention the implication for taxes, economist Brian Easton says
21st Mar 22, 8:33am
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One side says we should cut taxes but does not mention the implications for public spending; the other says we should increase public spending, but does not mention the implication for taxes, economist Brian Easton says
Too few to win, too many to die: it is looking more and more as if the National Party’s conservative falcons can no longer hear the falconer, Chris Trotter says
21st Mar 22, 7:50am
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Too few to win, too many to die: it is looking more and more as if the National Party’s conservative falcons can no longer hear the falconer, Chris Trotter says
The IRD pushes on into regulating controversial areas like interest deduction limitation rules, taxing the gig economy, trusts, and top tax rate anti-avoidance measures. Terry Baucher reviews
20th Mar 22, 12:30pm
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The IRD pushes on into regulating controversial areas like interest deduction limitation rules, taxing the gig economy, trusts, and top tax rate anti-avoidance measures. Terry Baucher reviews
David Hargreaves thinks that regardless of the election result next year, recent changes to the country's housing investment rules may well be reversed
18th Mar 22, 9:25am
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David Hargreaves thinks that regardless of the election result next year, recent changes to the country's housing investment rules may well be reversed
Government declines request for 'build-to-rent' developments to be exempt from the interest deduction tax change, but continues to consider ways to support the sector
11th Mar 22, 9:00am
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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Government declines request for 'build-to-rent' developments to be exempt from the interest deduction tax change, but continues to consider ways to support the sector
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
by Jenée Tibshraeny
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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
Chris Trotter says in a week when smoke billowed over Kyiv and Wellington, what did National’s Christopher Luxon offer? Tax cuts
7th Mar 22, 8:26am
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Chris Trotter says in a week when smoke billowed over Kyiv and Wellington, what did National’s Christopher Luxon offer? Tax cuts