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Ford Ute, Ford Ranger, Ute

Is that ute really exempt from FBT?

This week in tax Inland Revenue explains the work related vehicle exemption Is insulation deductible? Should it be? Just how good is Inland Revenue’s $1.5 billion business transformation? Transcript

Taxing Bitcoin and twin cab utes

This week Terry discusses three news stories Should we follow the UK’s lead and change the way we calculate FBT on cars? Is a tax war about to break out over France’s digital services tax Bitcoin – Inland Revenue hasn’t forgotten about it

Jean Baptiste Colbert, tax, finance ministers

5 most important tax-reforming finance ministers

The role of a finance minister is hugely important as they together with their Treasury department set the direction for an economy. Tax is a major part of any finance minister’s responsibilities, but for some finance ministers tax reforms are the key part of their legacy. Here are five finance ministers with a huge tax legacy. Jean-Baptiste […]

Blackburn Trustees, Brightline Test, Crowe Horwath

Blackburn Trustees versus Crowe Horwath and Brightline Test

I have just uploaded my slides presented to the Trusts Special Interest Group about the court case between Blackburn Trustees and Crowe Horwath International in the High Court and the lessons we can draw from this judgement about Capital Gains Tax and the Brightline Test. Blackburn Trustees and the Brightline Test #tax from Baucher Consulting Limited

costs of compliance small business paperwork

Costs of compliance for small business

This week in tax we cover 3 news stories The OCR goes down but Inland Revenue rates are up Costs of compliance for small businesses Productivity Commission on Local Government Finance.

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