Tax

13th Jul 20, 2:36pm
Brian Fallow examines the economic priorities outlined so far by the leaders of the two main political parties and finds 'pious waffle berefit of new policy' with rhetoric that is almost identical
Brian Fallow examines the economic priorities outlined so far by the leaders of the two main political parties and finds 'pious waffle berefit of new policy' with rhetoric that is almost identical
13th Jul 20, 2:36pm
12th Jul 20, 8:49am
The Week in Tax; the Small Business Cash-Flow Loan Scheme is extended, ACC levies are frozen, and Inland Revenue explains the taxation of overseas investment properties
The Week in Tax; the Small Business Cash-Flow Loan Scheme is extended, ACC levies are frozen, and Inland Revenue explains the taxation of overseas investment properties
12th Jul 20, 8:49am
9th Jul 20, 3:44pm
National Party Leader Todd Muller pledges a return to surplus and major government debt pay down without raising taxes or cutting benefits
National Party Leader Todd Muller pledges a return to surplus and major government debt pay down without raising taxes or cutting benefits
9th Jul 20, 3:44pm
6th Jul 20, 9:27am
The Week in Tax: Terry Baucher and Josh Taylor discuss working with Inland Revenue during lockdown, what they’re seeing and offers ideas on how to manage cashflow
The Week in Tax: Terry Baucher and Josh Taylor discuss working with Inland Revenue during lockdown, what they’re seeing and offers ideas on how to manage cashflow
6th Jul 20, 9:27am
1st Jul 20, 2:35pm
TOP leader Geoff Simmons rips into the Greens' wealth tax policy, arguing it would be disastrous for New Zealand
TOP leader Geoff Simmons rips into the Greens' wealth tax policy, arguing it would be disastrous for New Zealand
1st Jul 20, 2:35pm
30th Jun 20, 4:59pm
Robertson challenges claims he'll go on a pre-election spending spree, saying helicopter money isn't imminent and he wants to maintain a cash buffer
Robertson challenges claims he'll go on a pre-election spending spree, saying helicopter money isn't imminent and he wants to maintain a cash buffer
30th Jun 20, 4:59pm
29th Jun 20, 11:18am
Economist Brian Easton asks: Will the Covid Crisis lead to a dramatic redirection for New Zealand and the World?
Economist Brian Easton asks: Will the Covid Crisis lead to a dramatic redirection for New Zealand and the World?
29th Jun 20, 11:18am
29th Jun 20, 9:23am
The Week in Tax: Australian superannuation taxation changes, time to change taxation of redundancy, and the difficulties of taxing Google
The Week in Tax: Australian superannuation taxation changes, time to change taxation of redundancy, and the difficulties of taxing Google
29th Jun 20, 9:23am
21st Jun 20, 10:07am
The Week in Tax: Inland Revenue gives more time to file, 44,000 taxpayers enter into instalment arrangements, and watch who you choose as an executor
The Week in Tax: Inland Revenue gives more time to file, 44,000 taxpayers enter into instalment arrangements, and watch who you choose as an executor
21st Jun 20, 10:07am
20th Jun 20, 9:54am
Paul Conway argues New Zealand must leverage our ‘can-do’ attitude and strong international integrity to build a better economy that delivers for all New Zealanders
Paul Conway argues New Zealand must leverage our ‘can-do’ attitude and strong international integrity to build a better economy that delivers for all New Zealanders
20th Jun 20, 9:54am
18th Jun 20, 10:51am
Why the Government needs to start paying attention to where the money being pumped into the economy via QE is going, and who's going to pay for it
Why the Government needs to start paying attention to where the money being pumped into the economy via QE is going, and who's going to pay for it
18th Jun 20, 10:51am
14th Jun 20, 1:56pm
The Week in tax: the wage subsidy extension, capital gains tax is back on the agenda, and time to top up your KiwiSaver contributions
The Week in tax: the wage subsidy extension, capital gains tax is back on the agenda, and time to top up your KiwiSaver contributions
14th Jun 20, 1:56pm
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11th Jun 20, 10:02am
PwC argues rebuilding the economy post COVID-19 should include tax reforms and addressing the 'elephant in the room' of capital gains tax
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PwC argues rebuilding the economy post COVID-19 should include tax reforms and addressing the 'elephant in the room' of capital gains tax
11th Jun 20, 10:02am
10th Jun 20, 3:34pm
Net core Crown debt up $12.4 in April, as wage subsidy sees expenses soar; Crown accounts $12.8 billion in deficit
Net core Crown debt up $12.4 in April, as wage subsidy sees expenses soar; Crown accounts $12.8 billion in deficit
10th Jun 20, 3:34pm
8th Jun 20, 1:37pm
With central banks' money printers fired up, Green Party co-leader James Shaw says there's an even stronger case for redistributing the cost of the COVID crisis through a capital gains tax
With central banks' money printers fired up, Green Party co-leader James Shaw says there's an even stronger case for redistributing the cost of the COVID crisis through a capital gains tax
8th Jun 20, 1:37pm
8th Jun 20, 10:00am
Economist Brian Easton says we have to design a system which provides income support for the unemployed while encouraging employment transition
Economist Brian Easton says we have to design a system which provides income support for the unemployed while encouraging employment transition
8th Jun 20, 10:00am
25th May 20, 11:07am
Terry Baucher has more on the Small Business Cash Flow scheme, Inland Revenue's guidance on the sharing economy. And a reminder about the rules around employees claiming home office expenditure
Terry Baucher has more on the Small Business Cash Flow scheme, Inland Revenue's guidance on the sharing economy. And a reminder about the rules around employees claiming home office expenditure
25th May 20, 11:07am
22nd May 20, 10:00am
Gareth Vaughan on social distancing & temperature testing in pubs, the potential for no Chinese growth target, a manual for living during a pandemic, fossil fuel subsidies for the poor, SUVs stuck on ships
Gareth Vaughan on social distancing & temperature testing in pubs, the potential for no Chinese growth target, a manual for living during a pandemic, fossil fuel subsidies for the poor, SUVs stuck on ships
22nd May 20, 10:00am
20th May 20, 3:49pm
The Government hasn't asked Treasury to model tax hikes, but has asked it to consider further ways of stimulating the economy, including helicopter money
The Government hasn't asked Treasury to model tax hikes, but has asked it to consider further ways of stimulating the economy, including helicopter money
20th May 20, 3:49pm
19th May 20, 11:24am
Brian Fallow looks at whether it's fair to burden future taxpayers with a huge public debt while failing to address the cost of an ageing population
Brian Fallow looks at whether it's fair to burden future taxpayers with a huge public debt while failing to address the cost of an ageing population
19th May 20, 11:24am

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