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Tax

16th May 21, 2:00pm
The Week in Tax: How the Aussie Budget affects New Zealand; is taxing capital gains at 39% fair?; progress on an international minimum tax rate
The Week in Tax: How the Aussie Budget affects New Zealand; is taxing capital gains at 39% fair?; progress on an international minimum tax rate
16th May 21, 2:00pm
12th May 21, 9:59am
Gareth Vaughan on a parody of a parody; Viktor Shvets, crypto-mania & leverage; Grant Robertson & Jacinda Ardern's CGT 'rift'; Biden's bond vigilante demons; and how the 1% live
Gareth Vaughan on a parody of a parody; Viktor Shvets, crypto-mania & leverage; Grant Robertson & Jacinda Ardern's CGT 'rift'; Biden's bond vigilante demons; and how the 1% live
12th May 21, 9:59am
9th May 21, 9:59am
The Week in Tax: Time to rethink how we tax residential property investment? The latest draft guidance for taxing cryptoassets, and the latest tax audit claim stats from Accountancy Insurance
The Week in Tax: Time to rethink how we tax residential property investment? The latest draft guidance for taxing cryptoassets, and the latest tax audit claim stats from Accountancy Insurance
9th May 21, 9:59am
2nd May 21, 11:24am
How do you solve a problem like dual purpose expenditure? Terry Baucher and John Cantin explore that and other thorny tax issues, and the side-lining of our internationally respected tax consultation process
How do you solve a problem like dual purpose expenditure? Terry Baucher and John Cantin explore that and other thorny tax issues, and the side-lining of our internationally respected tax consultation process
2nd May 21, 11:24am
24th Apr 21, 10:16am
The Week in Tax: Inland Revenue targets the construction industry; the unfair tax treatment of ACC lump sum payments; and the latest OECD data on carbon pricing
The Week in Tax: Inland Revenue targets the construction industry; the unfair tax treatment of ACC lump sum payments; and the latest OECD data on carbon pricing
24th Apr 21, 10:16am
21st Apr 21, 2:58pm
ANZ economists say after the recent housing policy changes by the Government there's a greater chance that interest rate increases could cause investors to sell up; RBNZ may wait too long to raise rates
ANZ economists say after the recent housing policy changes by the Government there's a greater chance that interest rate increases could cause investors to sell up; RBNZ may wait too long to raise rates
21st Apr 21, 2:58pm
19th Apr 21, 3:33pm
Kiwibank economists say housing supply should be able to meet demand by 2024 and we could even see an over-supply, leading to improved affordability; house price growth to fall to 1% by end of 2022
Kiwibank economists say housing supply should be able to meet demand by 2024 and we could even see an over-supply, leading to improved affordability; house price growth to fall to 1% by end of 2022
19th Apr 21, 3:33pm
19th Apr 21, 11:41am
The Week in Tax. Cryptoassets under the spotlight; 10 years of compulsory zero rating for land transactions; and a warning for trustees moving to Australia
The Week in Tax. Cryptoassets under the spotlight; 10 years of compulsory zero rating for land transactions; and a warning for trustees moving to Australia
19th Apr 21, 11:41am
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12th Apr 21, 10:00am
In the Week in Tax Terry Baucher looks at unexpected tax bills for returning New Zealanders, time to simplify fringe benefits tax and a potential breakthrough on international tax
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In the Week in Tax Terry Baucher looks at unexpected tax bills for returning New Zealanders, time to simplify fringe benefits tax and a potential breakthrough on international tax
12th Apr 21, 10:00am
10th Apr 21, 10:00am
Westpac economists say landlords might be better off selling their property to the tenants rather than trying to push through large rent hikes
Westpac economists say landlords might be better off selling their property to the tenants rather than trying to push through large rent hikes
10th Apr 21, 10:00am
7th Apr 21, 5:36pm
David Parker 'broadly supportive' of Janet Yellen's push for a global minimum corporate tax rate; Grant Robertson to virtually meet with Yellen next week
David Parker 'broadly supportive' of Janet Yellen's push for a global minimum corporate tax rate; Grant Robertson to virtually meet with Yellen next week
7th Apr 21, 5:36pm
6th Apr 21, 1:23pm
ASB economists says rent controls benefit incumbent renters, regardless of their financial circumstances, but 'pretty much everyone else' bears costs
ASB economists says rent controls benefit incumbent renters, regardless of their financial circumstances, but 'pretty much everyone else' bears costs
6th Apr 21, 1:23pm
6th Apr 21, 8:43am
Economist Brian Easton says the government’s recent housing package may work; will it do enough?
Economist Brian Easton says the government’s recent housing package may work; will it do enough?
6th Apr 21, 8:43am
29th Mar 21, 3:35pm
David Hargreaves assesses some of the more intemperate suggestions being made about what might be ahead in the wake of the Government's housing policy package
David Hargreaves assesses some of the more intemperate suggestions being made about what might be ahead in the wake of the Government's housing policy package
29th Mar 21, 3:35pm
29th Mar 21, 12:09pm
Westpac economists say the Govt's housing taxation changes will 'dramatically tilt' financial conditions in favour of owner-occupiers and 'cashed-up' investors, who will now determine the market price of houses
Westpac economists say the Govt's housing taxation changes will 'dramatically tilt' financial conditions in favour of owner-occupiers and 'cashed-up' investors, who will now determine the market price of houses
29th Mar 21, 12:09pm
28th Mar 21, 5:22pm
The Week in Tax: more on the implications of the Government's shock property taxation proposals. And reflections on the future of tax
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
26th Mar 21, 10:34am
David Hargreaves settles in for a fascinating few months ahead as we wait to see how the housing market reacts to the bold housing package unveiled by the Government this week
David Hargreaves settles in for a fascinating few months ahead as we wait to see how the housing market reacts to the bold housing package unveiled by the Government this week
26th Mar 21, 10:34am
25th Mar 21, 12:20pm
Tax only paid on 3,698 property transactions in 2018/19 due to the bright-line test; No prosecutions made; Question marks remain over whether compliance will improve with an extension to the test
Tax only paid on 3,698 property transactions in 2018/19 due to the bright-line test; No prosecutions made; Question marks remain over whether compliance will improve with an extension to the test
25th Mar 21, 12:20pm
25th Mar 21, 11:14am
BNZ economists say the Government is 'dead set' on curtailing soaring house prices and will do what it takes - 'it will almost certainly win in the end'
BNZ economists say the Government is 'dead set' on curtailing soaring house prices and will do what it takes - 'it will almost certainly win in the end'
25th Mar 21, 11:14am
24th Mar 21, 9:04am
Budget 2021 to be delivered on May 20; Finance Minister recommits to striking a 'balance' between investing in public services and housing, while keeping a lid on debt
Budget 2021 to be delivered on May 20; Finance Minister recommits to striking a 'balance' between investing in public services and housing, while keeping a lid on debt
24th Mar 21, 9:04am
23rd Mar 21, 3:54pm
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Accountants say for the Government to assume every employee who has a fringe benefit earns $180,000 or more is plain wrong, and the Fringe Benefit Tax is about to impose disproportional costs on most businesses
Accountants say for the Government to assume every employee who has a fringe benefit earns $180,000 or more is plain wrong, and the Fringe Benefit Tax is about to impose disproportional costs on most businesses
23rd Mar 21, 3:54pm
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23rd Mar 21, 3:46pm
Govt advised against changing interest deductibility rules; Meanwhile Treasury wanted a 20-year bright-line test and Inland Revenue didn't want a change to the status quo
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Govt advised against changing interest deductibility rules; Meanwhile Treasury wanted a 20-year bright-line test and Inland Revenue didn't want a change to the status quo
23rd Mar 21, 3:46pm
23rd Mar 21, 3:27pm
Week in Tax Special: Changes to the bright-line test and interest deductibility rules as reviewed by tax specialist Terry Baucher
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
23rd Mar 21, 2:57pm
Economists see the housing changes announced by the Government as having a chilling effect on investor demand and acting as a significant drag on house price growth
Economists see the housing changes announced by the Government as having a chilling effect on investor demand and acting as a significant drag on house price growth
23rd Mar 21, 2:57pm
23rd Mar 21, 11:07am
David Hargreaves says the Government's plan to directly fund housing infrastructure is great - but as ever with this government, the policy will stand or fall on whether the government can deliver, and its previous form is not good
David Hargreaves says the Government's plan to directly fund housing infrastructure is great - but as ever with this government, the policy will stand or fall on whether the government can deliver, and its previous form is not good
23rd Mar 21, 11:07am

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