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Josep Borrell & Paolo Gentiloni hail the recent international deal on corporate taxation as an example of successful multilateralism
30th Jul 21, 6:00am
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Josep Borrell & Paolo Gentiloni hail the recent international deal on corporate taxation as an example of successful multilateralism
Inland Revenue says it'll 'take the necessary action' against high income earners trying to avoid the new 39% tax rate
12th Mar 21, 11:26am
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Inland Revenue says it'll 'take the necessary action' against high income earners trying to avoid the new 39% tax rate
Yu Yongding shows how illicit financial flows undermine development - and suggests several ways to stop them
2nd Mar 21, 4:27pm
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Yu Yongding shows how illicit financial flows undermine development - and suggests several ways to stop them
Inland Revenue raises 'significant' concerns over people using trusts to avoid the new 39% income tax rate; Suggests the trustee rate be hiked; Grant Robertson open to the idea
2nd Dec 20, 5:51pm
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Inland Revenue raises 'significant' concerns over people using trusts to avoid the new 39% income tax rate; Suggests the trustee rate be hiked; Grant Robertson open to the idea
Revenue Minister David Parker says the 33% tax rate on trusts could be hiked if high-income earners avoid the new 39% tax rate
1st Dec 20, 3:17pm
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Revenue Minister David Parker says the 33% tax rate on trusts could be hiked if high-income earners avoid the new 39% tax rate
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
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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 An expensive and too common GST mistake, reporting overseas income, and more on Labour’s higher income tax proposal
20th Sep 20, 9:29am
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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: Inland Revenue’s sweet taste of victory over Frucor, updated Inland Revenue guidance on cryptoassets, and Labour's tax and small business policy
13th Sep 20, 1:52pm
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The Week in Tax: Inland Revenue’s sweet taste of victory over Frucor, updated Inland Revenue guidance on cryptoassets, and Labour's tax and small business policy
In the fifth and final part of a series on New Zealand's retail payment systems Gareth Vaughan lays out a roadmap for regulating the retail payments sector and outlines why this should be done
16th Apr 20, 5:00am
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In the fifth and final part of a series on New Zealand's retail payment systems Gareth Vaughan lays out a roadmap for regulating the retail payments sector and outlines why this should be done
Terry Baucher has a deep dive through history at some of the great tax adventures and misadventures involving musicians, entertainers and sports stars and the lessons we can learn from them
22nd Nov 19, 10:02am
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Terry Baucher has a deep dive through history at some of the great tax adventures and misadventures involving musicians, entertainers and sports stars and the lessons we can learn from them
IRD launches hidden economy campaign targeting the hospitality sector saying it will 'track down and prosecute businesses deliberately hiding cash sales'
4th Oct 19, 12:04pm
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IRD launches hidden economy campaign targeting the hospitality sector saying it will 'track down and prosecute businesses deliberately hiding cash sales'
Will a new digital services tax backfire? Is it an 'ugly tax' that will bite some local companies hard, despite being aimed at tax-avoiding FAANGS? Should we worry about potential US retaliation? LawNews investigates
29th Jul 19, 11:56am
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Will a new digital services tax backfire? Is it an 'ugly tax' that will bite some local companies hard, despite being aimed at tax-avoiding FAANGS? Should we worry about potential US retaliation? LawNews investigates
Will Fitzgibbon of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists says NZ is 'being harmed reputationally as a country' through its role in the world of offshore finance
27th Mar 19, 10:46am
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Will Fitzgibbon of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists says NZ is 'being harmed reputationally as a country' through its role in the world of offshore finance
The OECD's global initiative aimed at combating tax evasion could have dire economic consequences in China, argues Antonio Foglia
22nd Mar 19, 10:38am
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The OECD's global initiative aimed at combating tax evasion could have dire economic consequences in China, argues Antonio Foglia
IRD wins 'tax avoidance' case against Eric Watson's Cullen Group over $52 million tax debt
12th Mar 19, 5:20pm
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IRD wins 'tax avoidance' case against Eric Watson's Cullen Group over $52 million tax debt
Does NZ's new law 'ensuring multinationals pay tax based on the actual economic activity they carry out in NZ' apply to Visa and Mastercard?
7th Jul 18, 9:29am
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Does NZ's new law 'ensuring multinationals pay tax based on the actual economic activity they carry out in NZ' apply to Visa and Mastercard?
Ewen McCann discusses a new approach to taxation - allowing tax avoidance practices to continue but taxing the pecuniary gains that they generate
21st Apr 18, 10:00am
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Ewen McCann discusses a new approach to taxation - allowing tax avoidance practices to continue but taxing the pecuniary gains that they generate
ASB's parent Commonwealth Bank of Australia loses opportunity for 'certain tax deductions' in New Zealand from its PERLS capital notes issues
9th Mar 18, 3:55pm
ASB's parent Commonwealth Bank of Australia loses opportunity for 'certain tax deductions' in New Zealand from its PERLS capital notes issues
An impact statement from Treasury and the IRD has revealed compliance with the current 2-year bright-line test is below 50% and this is likely to continue when the test extends to five years
6th Mar 18, 2:00pm
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An impact statement from Treasury and the IRD has revealed compliance with the current 2-year bright-line test is below 50% and this is likely to continue when the test extends to five years
International technology behemoths such as Google & Facebook are under pressure over their tax strategies, should Visa & Mastercard also be?
13th Feb 18, 6:50am
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International technology behemoths such as Google & Facebook are under pressure over their tax strategies, should Visa & Mastercard also be?
Terry Baucher with a parable about tax involving Metiria, Bill and Winston. Tax evasion, tax avoidance or just a simple mistake? 
10th Dec 17, 6:31am
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Terry Baucher with a parable about tax involving Metiria, Bill and Winston. Tax evasion, tax avoidance or just a simple mistake? 
Six years after then Commerce Minister Simon Power detailed extensive problems with NZ shell companies, the problem persists. So what can be done about this?
22nd Nov 17, 5:32pm
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Six years after then Commerce Minister Simon Power detailed extensive problems with NZ shell companies, the problem persists. So what can be done about this?
Revenue Minister Stuart Nash says Tax Working Group to be established with terms of reference released and members named by Christmas
16th Nov 17, 3:57pm
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Revenue Minister Stuart Nash says Tax Working Group to be established with terms of reference released and members named by Christmas
Apple & an 'official assurance of tax exemption', an Interpol fugitive, Republican super-donors, the world's biggest offshore plane registry, a mega trust, Mauritius vs Africa, the real culprits & much more
10th Nov 17, 10:02am
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Apple & an 'official assurance of tax exemption', an Interpol fugitive, Republican super-donors, the world's biggest offshore plane registry, a mega trust, Mauritius vs Africa, the real culprits & much more
David Cay Johnston argues moves by the US Congress to reduce the Internal Revenue Service's ability to enforce the law leads to the likes of the ‘Paradise Papers’ scandals
7th Nov 17, 3:27pm
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David Cay Johnston argues moves by the US Congress to reduce the Internal Revenue Service's ability to enforce the law leads to the likes of the ‘Paradise Papers’ scandals