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Revenue Minister David Parker gets himself into a sticky situation, arguing the removal of interest deductibility will dampen house price growth but not economic growth
1st Jul 21, 1:50pm
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Revenue Minister David Parker gets himself into a sticky situation, arguing the removal of interest deductibility will dampen house price growth but not economic growth
Surging tax collections and spending plans that haven't yet gained any momentum are resulting in enormous changes in the Crown Accounts results
1st Jul 21, 1:39pm
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Surging tax collections and spending plans that haven't yet gained any momentum are resulting in enormous changes in the Crown Accounts results
The Week in tax: What is a new build, and how does Inland Revenue measure up internationally on fighting tax crime?
27th Jun 21, 2:36pm
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The Week in tax: What is a new build, and how does Inland Revenue measure up internationally on fighting tax crime?
Secretary to The Treasury Caralee McLiesh sees room for government spending to do more to support the economy in this structurally low interest rate environment
23rd Jun 21, 6:37pm
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Secretary to The Treasury Caralee McLiesh sees room for government spending to do more to support the economy in this structurally low interest rate environment
Terry Baucher looks at the G-7 agreement for a minimum corporate tax rate of 15 per cent, the Climate Change Commission's release of its final advice to the Government, and what is a work-related vehicle
20th Jun 21, 11:00am
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Terry Baucher looks at the G-7 agreement for a minimum corporate tax rate of 15 per cent, the Climate Change Commission's release of its final advice to the Government, and what is a work-related vehicle
Terry Baucher dives into the 14 chapter, 143 page 'discussion document' on the design of the bombshell interest limitation rule and additional bright-line rules so you don't have to, honing in on the salient bits
13th Jun 21, 2:45pm
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Terry Baucher dives into the 14 chapter, 143 page 'discussion document' on the design of the bombshell interest limitation rule and additional bright-line rules so you don't have to, honing in on the salient bits
What constitutes a 'new build' under the new interest deductibility rules and extension of the bright-line test? Govt consults on design of property tax changes
10th Jun 21, 4:51pm
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What constitutes a 'new build' under the new interest deductibility rules and extension of the bright-line test? Govt consults on design of property tax changes
The Week in Tax: a closer look at Inland Revenue operations. Is Google taking the government for a ride? And a warning about the new bright-line test
6th Jun 21, 10:51am
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The Week in Tax: a closer look at Inland Revenue operations. Is Google taking the government for a ride? And a warning about the new bright-line test
Accountants point out some tricky traps for homeowners who need to be away for more than a year on secondment - or where a new-build or renovation takes more than a year to move in - if they need to sell that house within ten years
2nd Jun 21, 1:40pm
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Accountants point out some tricky traps for homeowners who need to be away for more than a year on secondment - or where a new-build or renovation takes more than a year to move in - if they need to sell that house within ten years
The Week in Tax: the Minister of Revenue is not happy with Google; hundreds of people each year may be having their ACC arrears payments overtaxed
30th May 21, 1:03pm
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The Week in Tax: the Minister of Revenue is not happy with Google; hundreds of people each year may be having their ACC arrears payments overtaxed
Treasury concedes that the Government's changes to housing policy will result in slower economic recovery and 'prolong the period of monetary support needed'
20th May 21, 3:23pm
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Treasury concedes that the Government's changes to housing policy will result in slower economic recovery and 'prolong the period of monetary support needed'
Terry Baucher finds no headline tax surprises in the Budget, but plenty of other bones to pick over
20th May 21, 2:12pm
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Terry Baucher finds no headline tax surprises in the Budget, but plenty of other bones to pick over
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
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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
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
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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
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
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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
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
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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
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
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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
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
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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
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
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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
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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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
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
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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
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
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Westpac economists say landlords might be better off selling their property to the tenants rather than trying to push through large rent hikes
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
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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
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
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ASB economists says rent controls benefit incumbent renters, regardless of their financial circumstances, but 'pretty much everyone else' bears costs
Economist Brian Easton says the government’s recent housing package may work; will it do enough?
6th Apr 21, 8:43am
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Economist Brian Easton says the government’s recent housing package may work; will it do enough?