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Changing tax thresholds and capital gains tax are back on the agenda

Changing tax thresholds and capital gains tax are back on the agenda Inland Revenue warns the hospitality industry OECD estimates international tax reform could be worth USD100 billion annually Transcript Last week began with Simon Bridges, the National Party leader, outlining the party’s proposed economic platform for the coming year. And in that speech he alluded to […]

Shareholder advances under Inland Revenue scrutiny – are you paying FBT on these advances?

Shareholder advances under Inland Revenue scrutiny – are you paying FBT on these advances? More about using cheques to pay tax Australian tax complications when purchasing property Transcript This week, Inland Revenue gets curious about loans to shareholders. More about how you can pay your tax and the cost of investing in Australian property just […]

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Inland Revenue’s extensive powers of collection and its use of deduction notices

Inland Revenue’s extensive powers of collection and its use of deduction notices Triggering a dividend through misunderstanding tax implications of transaction Terminal tax payment options   Transcript As the recent story about the arrest of a student loan debtor at the border revealed, Inland Revenue has quite extensive powers to chase debt. One of the powers it […]

John Lohrentz on tax implications of methane emissions

Progressive taxation on biological methane is John Lohrentz’s proposal to the New Zealand government as a tool to transition to a low carbon economy.   This week we look further into the importance of environmental taxation I raised last week, my first guest for this year is John Lohrentz, who works at the intersections of […]

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