Tax

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
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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
20th Nov 20, 9:11am
Jenée Tibshraeny looks at why it's time for the Government to get its head out of the sand and address the distributional impacts of printing up to $128 billion
Jenée Tibshraeny looks at why it's time for the Government to get its head out of the sand and address the distributional impacts of printing up to $128 billion
20th Nov 20, 9:11am
17th Nov 20, 9:02am
by Guest
IRD's Sharon Thompson responds to Terry Baucher and Andrea Black's critique of IRD's business transformation project
IRD's Sharon Thompson responds to Terry Baucher and Andrea Black's critique of IRD's business transformation project
17th Nov 20, 9:02am
15th Nov 20, 5:23pm
The Week in Tax: Briefing the new Minister of Revenue, extending the small business cash flow scheme, and should people paying for working from home pay higher taxes?
The Week in Tax: Briefing the new Minister of Revenue, extending the small business cash flow scheme, and should people paying for working from home pay higher taxes?
15th Nov 20, 5:23pm
10th Nov 20, 12:25pm
Terry Baucher and Andrea Black discuss and delve into the business transformation project at the Inland Revenue Department
Terry Baucher and Andrea Black discuss and delve into the business transformation project at the Inland Revenue Department
10th Nov 20, 12:25pm
10th Nov 20, 11:22am
Government books only $3.2 billion in the red, as New Zealanders spend more and require less support via the wage subsidy than expected
Government books only $3.2 billion in the red, as New Zealanders spend more and require less support via the wage subsidy than expected
10th Nov 20, 11:22am
1st Nov 20, 4:24pm
The Week in Tax.  Inland Revenue is back on the case of people with overseas interests, the painful consequences of not keeping records, and the point at which tax debt becomes unmanageable
The Week in Tax.  Inland Revenue is back on the case of people with overseas interests, the painful consequences of not keeping records, and the point at which tax debt becomes unmanageable
1st Nov 20, 4:24pm
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29th Oct 20, 9:32am
Former RBNZ Chairman Arthur Grimes warns of 'real danger' of the RBNZ destablising asset prices, as its employment target sees it go too far lowering interest rates
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Former RBNZ Chairman Arthur Grimes warns of 'real danger' of the RBNZ destablising asset prices, as its employment target sees it go too far lowering interest rates
29th Oct 20, 9:32am
25th Oct 20, 9:14am
The Week in Tax: what will the Labour Government do? A growing role for green taxes, and Inland Revenue’s IT issues
The Week in Tax: what will the Labour Government do? A growing role for green taxes, and Inland Revenue’s IT issues
25th Oct 20, 9:14am
18th Oct 20, 6:59pm
The Week in Tax: International reviews into the dominance of GAFA and their tax engineering is getting renewed attention, as is the tax treatment of cryptos. The pressures are building
The Week in Tax: International reviews into the dominance of GAFA and their tax engineering is getting renewed attention, as is the tax treatment of cryptos. The pressures are building
18th Oct 20, 6:59pm
14th Oct 20, 12:48pm
Geoff Simmons says regardless of who forms the government after this weekend, there is no plan to make housing affordable
Geoff Simmons says regardless of who forms the government after this weekend, there is no plan to make housing affordable
14th Oct 20, 12:48pm
11th Oct 20, 1:31pm
The Week in Tax: Inland Revenue is checking wage subsidy claims, the Australian Budget, and why GST rate cuts don't work
The Week in Tax: Inland Revenue is checking wage subsidy claims, the Australian Budget, and why GST rate cuts don't work
11th Oct 20, 1:31pm
8th Oct 20, 12:14pm
National leader Judith Collins claims Labour would get around its promise of no Capital Gains Tax by doing a Wealth Tax instead
National leader Judith Collins claims Labour would get around its promise of no Capital Gains Tax by doing a Wealth Tax instead
8th Oct 20, 12:14pm
7th Oct 20, 10:29am
Terry Baucher outlines a potential menu to rein in soaring house prices featuring the application of the thin capitalisation regime to investment property, and reintroduced and stricter LVR restrictions for all buyers except first home buyers
Terry Baucher outlines a potential menu to rein in soaring house prices featuring the application of the thin capitalisation regime to investment property, and reintroduced and stricter LVR restrictions for all buyers except first home buyers
7th Oct 20, 10:29am
4th Oct 20, 10:34am
The Week in Tax: tax take holding up but trouble on the way? A realistic working from home allowance, Inland Revenue takes on libertarians, and we already have a defacto wealth tax 
The Week in Tax: tax take holding up but trouble on the way? A realistic working from home allowance, Inland Revenue takes on libertarians, and we already have a defacto wealth tax 
4th Oct 20, 10:34am
3rd Oct 20, 9:07am
Grant Robertson on why now is the time for 'balance' not 'transformation', the importance of confidence in prompting business investment, minimum wage hikes and more
Grant Robertson on why now is the time for 'balance' not 'transformation', the importance of confidence in prompting business investment, minimum wage hikes and more
3rd Oct 20, 9:07am
25th Sep 20, 9:09am
Geoff Simmons makes a case for why TOP's tax policy is better than the Greens' wealth tax
Geoff Simmons makes a case for why TOP's tax policy is better than the Greens' wealth tax
25th Sep 20, 9:09am
25th Sep 20, 9:07am
Efficacy of using tax to deter property speculation up in the air; Meanwhile National campaigns on reducing bright-line test back to two years
Efficacy of using tax to deter property speculation up in the air; Meanwhile National campaigns on reducing bright-line test back to two years
25th Sep 20, 9:07am
21st Sep 20, 10:32am
Brian Fallow suggests cutting the GST rate would have a more stimulatory impact on the economy than the National Party's proposed tax cuts
Brian Fallow suggests cutting the GST rate would have a more stimulatory impact on the economy than the National Party's proposed tax cuts
21st Sep 20, 10:32am
20th Sep 20, 9:29am
The Week in Tax An expensive and too common GST mistake, reporting overseas income, and more on Labour’s higher income tax proposal
The Week in Tax An expensive and too common GST mistake, reporting overseas income, and more on Labour’s higher income tax proposal
20th Sep 20, 9:29am
20th Sep 20, 6:02am
Andrea Black probes ways of making tax settings fairer and more sustainable, so that wage and salary earners can feel confident they aren’t the only ones paying ‘their fair share’
Andrea Black probes ways of making tax settings fairer and more sustainable, so that wage and salary earners can feel confident they aren’t the only ones paying ‘their fair share’
20th Sep 20, 6:02am
17th Sep 20, 10:05am
Labour Party candidate Vanushi Walters says it's crucial to protect peoples’ incomes and services as we recover and rebuild from the COVID-19 pandemic
Labour Party candidate Vanushi Walters says it's crucial to protect peoples’ incomes and services as we recover and rebuild from the COVID-19 pandemic
17th Sep 20, 10:05am

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