Tax

2nd Mar 21, 4:27pm
by Guest
Yu Yongding shows how illicit financial flows undermine development - and suggests several ways to stop them
Yu Yongding shows how illicit financial flows undermine development - and suggests several ways to stop them
2nd Mar 21, 4:27pm
1st Mar 21, 11:27am
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 - 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
25th Feb 21, 6:54am
Inland Revenue estimates the average 'high wealth individual' in New Zealand pays 12% tax on all their income, including non-taxable capital gains
Inland Revenue estimates the average 'high wealth individual' in New Zealand pays 12% tax on all their income, including non-taxable capital gains
25th Feb 21, 6:54am
22nd Feb 21, 2:11pm
NZ will have to wait a couple more weeks to find out how the Govt plans to address the housing crisis, as the latest COVID-19 outbreak moves housing down the priority list
NZ will have to wait a couple more weeks to find out how the Govt plans to address the housing crisis, as the latest COVID-19 outbreak moves housing down the priority list
22nd Feb 21, 2:11pm
21st Feb 21, 12:00pm
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
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
19th Feb 21, 10:22am
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics says Bitcoin isn't money, rather it's another risk asset like gold, shares, or pork bellies
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics says Bitcoin isn't money, rather it's another risk asset like gold, shares, or pork bellies
19th Feb 21, 10:22am
15th Feb 21, 11:13am
The Week in Tax - the state of Inland Revenue’s Business Transformation, Grant Robertson signals a crackdown on property speculation coming, and Inland Revenue’s latest view on tax avoidance
The Week in Tax - the state of Inland Revenue’s Business Transformation, Grant Robertson signals a crackdown on property speculation coming, and Inland Revenue’s latest view on tax avoidance
15th Feb 21, 11:13am
8th Feb 21, 9:29am
The Week in Tax – the potential tax implications of the Climate Change Commission’s draft advice, the latest from the OECD on international tax, and Inland Revenue's tax policy priorities
The Week in Tax – the potential tax implications of the Climate Change Commission’s draft advice, the latest from the OECD on international tax, and Inland Revenue's tax policy priorities
8th Feb 21, 9:29am
3rd Feb 21, 9:56am
Terry Baucher looks at some of the taxation ramifications from the Climate Change Commission's draft report
Terry Baucher looks at some of the taxation ramifications from the Climate Change Commission's draft report
3rd Feb 21, 9:56am
24th Jan 21, 10:59am
Wealth taxes, taxes to address the 'climate emergency', and more active IRD enforcement are all trends Terry Baucher thinks we are likely to see this year
Wealth taxes, taxes to address the 'climate emergency', and more active IRD enforcement are all trends Terry Baucher thinks we are likely to see this year
24th Jan 21, 10:59am
5th Jan 21, 3:29pm
David Chaston points out that the new 39% income tax rate won't work as intended. It will just re-incentivise the housing distortion, sad because the real answer has been in plain sight for a decade
David Chaston points out that the new 39% income tax rate won't work as intended. It will just re-incentivise the housing distortion, sad because the real answer has been in plain sight for a decade
5th Jan 21, 3:29pm
26th Dec 20, 9:31am
Susan St John makes the case for taxing a deemed rate of return on excessive real estate holdings (after a family home exemption), to redirect scarce housing resources to where they are needed most
Susan St John makes the case for taxing a deemed rate of return on excessive real estate holdings (after a family home exemption), to redirect scarce housing resources to where they are needed most
26th Dec 20, 9:31am
18th Dec 20, 1:51pm
Jenée Tibshraeny has spent the year scrutinising the seismic government and central bank interventions made to keep the economy (and house prices) afloat. She shares her observations on the NZ Everyday Investor podcast
Jenée Tibshraeny has spent the year scrutinising the seismic government and central bank interventions made to keep the economy (and house prices) afloat. She shares her observations on the NZ Everyday Investor podcast
18th Dec 20, 1:51pm
18th Dec 20, 9:19am
by Guest
Harbour Asset Management's Chris Di Leva and Hamish Pepper run through the top 10 risks and opportunities they see looming in 2021
Harbour Asset Management's Chris Di Leva and Hamish Pepper run through the top 10 risks and opportunities they see looming in 2021
18th Dec 20, 9:19am
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16th Dec 20, 1:01pm
Treasury's economic outlook improves markedly from a few months ago; Expects it'll issue $20 billion less debt over four years
[Updated]
Treasury's economic outlook improves markedly from a few months ago; Expects it'll issue $20 billion less debt over four years
16th Dec 20, 1:01pm
[Updated]
15th Dec 20, 11:53am
Treasury to Robertson: Spend more temporarily to boost the economy, make 'crucial' policy changes to improve living standards, consider tax hikes in the future
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Treasury to Robertson: Spend more temporarily to boost the economy, make 'crucial' policy changes to improve living standards, consider tax hikes in the future
15th Dec 20, 11:53am
15th Dec 20, 8:14am
The Week in Tax. 2020’s big tax stories from a year like no other and a look ahead to the unresolved issues - like the capital gains tax
The Week in Tax. 2020’s big tax stories from a year like no other and a look ahead to the unresolved issues - like the capital gains tax
15th Dec 20, 8:14am
14th Dec 20, 11:49am
Westpac economists say this week's official fiscal update will show smaller budget deficits over the next few years and a lower Government borrowing requirement by possibly as much as $30 bln over the next four years
Westpac economists say this week's official fiscal update will show smaller budget deficits over the next few years and a lower Government borrowing requirement by possibly as much as $30 bln over the next four years
14th Dec 20, 11:49am
7th Dec 20, 9:23am
Susan St John looks into the 'housing elephant rampaging across New Zealand society' and assesses potential solutions
Susan St John looks into the 'housing elephant rampaging across New Zealand society' and assesses potential solutions
7th Dec 20, 9:23am
6th Dec 20, 5:33pm
The Week in Tax: Terry Baucher talks to Rod Spicer about insurance cover for tax audits and assessments for filed returns - what they do cover and what they don't
The Week in Tax: Terry Baucher talks to Rod Spicer about insurance cover for tax audits and assessments for filed returns - what they do cover and what they don't
6th Dec 20, 5:33pm
4th Dec 20, 10:44am
Week in Tax Special; the implications of increasing the income tax rate to 39% - encouraging rearranged income strategies, compliance risks for Trusts, and unanticipated (?) consequences for one-off lump sums
Week in Tax Special; the implications of increasing the income tax rate to 39% - encouraging rearranged income strategies, compliance risks for Trusts, and unanticipated (?) consequences for one-off lump sums
4th Dec 20, 10:44am
29th Nov 20, 2:00pm
The Week in Tax: the new Minister of Revenue's first speech points the finger at multinationals. And will a bright-line test expansion become our capital gains tax?
The Week in Tax: the new Minister of Revenue's first speech points the finger at multinationals. And will a bright-line test expansion become our capital gains tax?
29th Nov 20, 2:00pm
27th Nov 20, 10:04am
by Guest
Jude Murdoch and Steven Hail argue modern monetary theory offers desperately needed clear thinking and fresh ideas for our society and our democracy
Jude Murdoch and Steven Hail argue modern monetary theory offers desperately needed clear thinking and fresh ideas for our society and our democracy
27th Nov 20, 10:04am
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26th Nov 20, 4:31pm
Robertson says Labour wouldn't be breaking its pre-election promises on tax if it extended the bright-line test; Orr clarifies the RBNZ would like debt-to-income ratios to be added to its toolkit but this hasn't been a priority
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Robertson says Labour wouldn't be breaking its pre-election promises on tax if it extended the bright-line test; Orr clarifies the RBNZ would like debt-to-income ratios to be added to its toolkit but this hasn't been a priority
26th Nov 20, 4:31pm
22nd Nov 20, 4:03pm
The Week in Tax: Inland Revenue reminds tax agents about the bright-line test, responds to criticism. And the wealth tax debate continues
The Week in Tax: Inland Revenue reminds tax agents about the bright-line test, responds to criticism. And the wealth tax debate continues
22nd Nov 20, 4:03pm

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