Taxation

3rd Oct 18, 10:13am
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EY's Tim Benbow and David Snell say the Government's new R&D plan is a bold initiative
EY's Tim Benbow and David Snell say the Government's new R&D plan is a bold initiative
3rd Oct 18, 10:13am
27th Sep 18, 4:48pm
The owner of 'No Stress Decorators' has been sentenced to 26 months in prison after failing to file any tax returns
The owner of 'No Stress Decorators' has been sentenced to 26 months in prison after failing to file any tax returns
27th Sep 18, 4:48pm
20th Sep 18, 3:36pm
Tax Working Group considers 'vacant land' and 'empty home' taxes as a way of increasing housing supply and affordability
Tax Working Group considers 'vacant land' and 'empty home' taxes as a way of increasing housing supply and affordability
20th Sep 18, 3:36pm
20th Sep 18, 11:13am
Tax Working Group interim report says work on capital income 'not yet complete' but gives two options; group is not recommending either wealth taxes or land taxes
Tax Working Group interim report says work on capital income 'not yet complete' but gives two options; group is not recommending either wealth taxes or land taxes
20th Sep 18, 11:13am
19th Sep 18, 4:06pm
Inland Revenue says any suggestion it has taken its eye off the ball when it comes to property investors is 'thoroughly misleading'
Inland Revenue says any suggestion it has taken its eye off the ball when it comes to property investors is 'thoroughly misleading'
19th Sep 18, 4:06pm
2nd Aug 18, 11:22am
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The NZ Initiative's Bryce Wilkinson says New Zealanders are much more heavily taxed today than in the past
The NZ Initiative's Bryce Wilkinson says New Zealanders are much more heavily taxed today than in the past
2nd Aug 18, 11:22am
24th Jul 18, 10:52am
David Hargreaves suggests that if the Government is considering lifting its spending cap it should do so as a one-off and for specific infrastructure projects
David Hargreaves suggests that if the Government is considering lifting its spending cap it should do so as a one-off and for specific infrastructure projects
24th Jul 18, 10:52am
3rd Jul 18, 4:50pm
Revenue spokesman Paul Goldsmith says the National Party won't support new tax bill because the government parties reversed National's planned tax cuts
Revenue spokesman Paul Goldsmith says the National Party won't support new tax bill because the government parties reversed National's planned tax cuts
3rd Jul 18, 4:50pm
11th May 18, 10:00am
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Infometrics' Brad Olsen with the top 10 things to know about the Auckland Regional Fuel Tax
Infometrics' Brad Olsen with the top 10 things to know about the Auckland Regional Fuel Tax
11th May 18, 10:00am
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
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
6th Apr 18, 10:00am
Matt Nolan examines 10 elements of the changing tax and benefit system in New Zealand’s history
Matt Nolan examines 10 elements of the changing tax and benefit system in New Zealand’s history
6th Apr 18, 10:00am
15th Mar 18, 8:06am
EY's David Snell says the Government’s Tax Working Group asks some great questions, but misses others
EY's David Snell says the Government’s Tax Working Group asks some great questions, but misses others
15th Mar 18, 8:06am
14th Mar 18, 12:20pm
The Tax Working Group's paper calling for submissions explicitly seeks views on whether there could be items exempt from GST in order to benefit low income people
The Tax Working Group's paper calling for submissions explicitly seeks views on whether there could be items exempt from GST in order to benefit low income people
14th Mar 18, 12:20pm
15th Feb 18, 12:23pm
The coalition is pressing on with plans to increase the 'bright line' test for residential property sales to cover a five year period; law changes expected to take effect in March
The coalition is pressing on with plans to increase the 'bright line' test for residential property sales to cover a five year period; law changes expected to take effect in March
15th Feb 18, 12:23pm
24th Nov 17, 11:49am
The Tax Working Group may yet surprise us, but its brief appears to be a disappointingly shallow and obvious one aimed at achieving narrowly-defined outcomes
The Tax Working Group may yet surprise us, but its brief appears to be a disappointingly shallow and obvious one aimed at achieving narrowly-defined outcomes
24th Nov 17, 11:49am
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23rd Nov 17, 11:14am
Government releases details of Tax Working Group; reiterates commitment to 'fair and progressive tax system''; Joyce says it's an 18-month-long rubber stamp for a Capital Gains Tax
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Government releases details of Tax Working Group; reiterates commitment to 'fair and progressive tax system''; Joyce says it's an 18-month-long rubber stamp for a Capital Gains Tax
23rd Nov 17, 11:14am
31st Aug 17, 9:22am
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Chief Human Rights Commissioner David Rutherford says we need to work together to ensure everyone in New Zealand has an adequate home to live in. 'We must leave nobody behind'
Chief Human Rights Commissioner David Rutherford says we need to work together to ensure everyone in New Zealand has an adequate home to live in. 'We must leave nobody behind'
31st Aug 17, 9:22am
30th Aug 17, 7:36am
Shamubeel Eaqub says there is a failure to think long-term by both local and central government. Local authorities are not the only ones responsible for the housing crisis, but they can do a lot, he believes
Shamubeel Eaqub says there is a failure to think long-term by both local and central government. Local authorities are not the only ones responsible for the housing crisis, but they can do a lot, he believes
30th Aug 17, 7:36am
29th Aug 17, 8:38am
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Robert Whitaker says that in order to fix housing, we must fix renting
Robert Whitaker says that in order to fix housing, we must fix renting
29th Aug 17, 8:38am
28th Aug 17, 11:26am
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University of Otago's Andrew Coleman looks at the intergenerational effects of the tax system on New Zealand’s housing markets
University of Otago's Andrew Coleman looks at the intergenerational effects of the tax system on New Zealand’s housing markets
28th Aug 17, 11:26am

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