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Susan St John probes whether the New Zealand Superannuation Fund will really help pay the costs of the baby-boom retirement, and whether there may be a better approach
16th Aug 21, 11:54am
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Susan St John probes whether the New Zealand Superannuation Fund will really help pay the costs of the baby-boom retirement, and whether there may be a better approach
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
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
Social Credit leader Chris Leitch argues the clock should be wound back for the future so the Reserve Bank acts in support of government policy rather than against it
3rd Dec 20, 9:14am
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Social Credit leader Chris Leitch argues the clock should be wound back for the future so the Reserve Bank acts in support of government policy rather than against it
IRD's Sharon Thompson responds to Terry Baucher and Andrea Black's critique of IRD's business transformation project
17th Nov 20, 9:02am
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IRD's Sharon Thompson responds to Terry Baucher and Andrea Black's critique of IRD's business transformation project
Social Credit leader Chris Leitch says the Government should borrow from itself to fund state house building, infrastructure development, health investment, and a substantial lift in low incomes
14th Nov 20, 9:52am
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Social Credit leader Chris Leitch says the Government should borrow from itself to fund state house building, infrastructure development, health investment, and a substantial lift in low incomes
Terry Baucher and Andrea Black discuss and delve into the business transformation project at the Inland Revenue Department
10th Nov 20, 12:25pm
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Terry Baucher and Andrea Black discuss and delve into the business transformation project at the Inland Revenue Department
Air NZ starts drawing down on $900 million Crown loan; Plans to complete capital raise by June
25th Sep 20, 4:00pm
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Air NZ starts drawing down on $900 million Crown loan; Plans to complete capital raise by June
NZ Super Fund has posted a return of 1.73% for the year to June, with the fund growing to $44.8 billion at year end
10th Sep 20, 12:03pm
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NZ Super Fund has posted a return of 1.73% for the year to June, with the fund growing to $44.8 billion at year end
Brian Fallow argues nothing about Labour's tax policy indicates a willingness to deliver a tax system to tackle the triple challenge of the debt legacy of the pandemic, stunted productivity and shameful levels of child poverty
10th Sep 20, 10:22am
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Brian Fallow argues nothing about Labour's tax policy indicates a willingness to deliver a tax system to tackle the triple challenge of the debt legacy of the pandemic, stunted productivity and shameful levels of child poverty
Air NZ expects to draw on the $900m Crown loan in 'due course' and is 'actively' looking at a range of long-term funding options
23rd Jul 20, 1:09pm
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Air NZ expects to draw on the $900m Crown loan in 'due course' and is 'actively' looking at a range of long-term funding options
Assessing accelerated upgrades to the electricity grid and deferring investment in a shovel ready geothermal power station - the energy sector re-calibrates with NZAS's signaled exit
9th Jul 20, 6:54pm
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Assessing accelerated upgrades to the electricity grid and deferring investment in a shovel ready geothermal power station - the energy sector re-calibrates with NZAS's signaled exit
NZ Aluminium Smelters says lower cost power could prompt it to keep its doors open, but the window of opportunity is closing quickly; Government won't provide subsidy
9th Jul 20, 11:29am
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NZ Aluminium Smelters says lower cost power could prompt it to keep its doors open, but the window of opportunity is closing quickly; Government won't provide subsidy
About 1000 jobs on the line in Southland as Rio Tinto gives notice to Meridian Energy that it is closing its smelter
9th Jul 20, 8:32am
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About 1000 jobs on the line in Southland as Rio Tinto gives notice to Meridian Energy that it is closing its smelter
Small businesses have another six months to apply for an interest free, government-backed loan as the Small Business Cashflow Loan Scheme is extended 
5th Jul 20, 1:37pm
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Small businesses have another six months to apply for an interest free, government-backed loan as the Small Business Cashflow Loan Scheme is extended 
In a COVID-19 ravaged world, could Modern Monetary Theory help us break free of 'myths and misunderstandings holding us back' and stand up to our full height?
2nd Jul 20, 5:00am
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In a COVID-19 ravaged world, could Modern Monetary Theory help us break free of 'myths and misunderstandings holding us back' and stand up to our full height?
Gareth Vaughan takes a look at the how the Covid-19 crisis has brought the challenge of securing loans to a head for small and medium sized businesses
15th Jun 20, 9:57am
Gareth Vaughan takes a look at the how the Covid-19 crisis has brought the challenge of securing loans to a head for small and medium sized businesses
Economist Stephanie Kelton talks with DCReport editor David Cay Johnston about her new book, the Deficit Myth, Modern Monetary Theory and the Birth of the People's Economy
14th Jun 20, 10:38am
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Economist Stephanie Kelton talks with DCReport editor David Cay Johnston about her new book, the Deficit Myth, Modern Monetary Theory and the Birth of the People's Economy
Minister for Small Business Stuart Nash says he has held a preliminary discussion with Finance Minister Grant Robertson about making Covid-19 emergency SME loan scheme permanent, but there'd be a lot of work ahead if this was to happen
13th Jun 20, 9:51am
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Minister for Small Business Stuart Nash says he has held a preliminary discussion with Finance Minister Grant Robertson about making Covid-19 emergency SME loan scheme permanent, but there'd be a lot of work ahead if this was to happen
Businesses now need to have suffered a smaller revenue decline to be eligible for the extended wage subsidy; Businesses have more time to apply for an interest free IRD loan
5th Jun 20, 1:34pm
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Businesses now need to have suffered a smaller revenue decline to be eligible for the extended wage subsidy; Businesses have more time to apply for an interest free IRD loan
Waitomo Caves tourism operator given $4 million as government ministers pinpoint 'strategic tourism assets' to be protected by taxpayers; Funding allocated to regional tourism organisations too
4th Jun 20, 11:18am
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Waitomo Caves tourism operator given $4 million as government ministers pinpoint 'strategic tourism assets' to be protected by taxpayers; Funding allocated to regional tourism organisations too
Revenue and Small Business Minister Stuart Nash seeking advice on extending the one month timeframe for loan applications to the Small Business Cashflow Loan Scheme
27th May 20, 5:00am
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Revenue and Small Business Minister Stuart Nash seeking advice on extending the one month timeframe for loan applications to the Small Business Cashflow Loan Scheme
The Government's IRD administered Small Business Cashflow Loan Scheme has lent more than $824 mln to more than 47,000 SMEs so far
22nd May 20, 1:40pm
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The Government's IRD administered Small Business Cashflow Loan Scheme has lent more than $824 mln to more than 47,000 SMEs so far
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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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
Raf Manji argues we must forget about government debt to GDP targets and run deficits to make up for a contracting economy
18th May 20, 9:26am
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Raf Manji argues we must forget about government debt to GDP targets and run deficits to make up for a contracting economy