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Latest Lockdown developments including third round of wage subsidy and second Resurgence Support Payment

Latest Lockdown developments including third round of wage subsidy and second Resurgence Support Payment NZ Super Fund pays $2.3 billion in tax on record $15 billion return Using tax to fund NZ Superannuation The Week In Tax · Latest lockdown developments, NZ Super Fund’s $2.3 billion tax bill, funding NZ Super Transcript There’s inevitably been […]

The Taxation (Annual Rates for 2021–22, GST, and Remedial Matters) Bill clarifies the GST treatment of cryptoassets

The Taxation (Annual Rates for 2021–22, GST, and Remedial Matters) Bill clarifies the GST treatment of cryptoassets Latest lockdown developments Treasury’s draft long-term fiscal position considers whether taxes need to increase The Week In Tax · New tax bill revises cryptasset tax treatment, Treasury’s long term forecasting Transcript The Taxation Annual Rates for 2021 to […]

Latest lockdown developments

Latest lockdown developments More on allowances from Inland Revenue Could a tax forgiveness programme help SMEs hit by Covid-19? The Week In Tax · Latest Lockdown developments, more Inland Revenue advice on allowances Transcript As of today, businesses can now apply for the second round of wage subsidies if they meet the criteria for doing […]

The latest lockdown developments

The latest lockdown developments What to do if you can’t pay provisional tax or GST The perils of making payments to overseas beneficiaries Reflections on the late Sir Michael Cullen The Week In Tax · Lockdown latest, Provisional tax & GST payments, beware distributions to overseas beneficiaries Transcript We’re now into our second week of […]

What Government support is available for businesses and self-employed affected by the lockdown?

What Government support is available for businesses and self-employed affected by the lockdown? What is the tax treatment of allowances for employees required to work from home? The Week In Tax · Back in lockdown – what support is available? Transcript. With the return to Level Four lockdown, the Government has reactivated its various support […]

Inland Revenue guidance on the tax implications of the Clean Car Discount

Inland Revenue guidance on the tax implications of the Clean Car Discount Latest on Inland Revenue’s audit activity Insights from the OECD’s latest report on Corporate Tax Statistics The Week In Tax · Tax implications of clean car discount scheme, IRD audit activity, latest Corporate Statistics Transcript In the week that the Intergovernmental Panel on […]

Time for a more generous approach to working from home allowances

Time for a more generous approach to working from home allowances Tax agencies stepping up scrutiny of crypto-assets Former Treasury Chief Economist takes a swing at the Government’s tax policy. The Week In Tax · Working from home allowances, greater scrutiny of crypto-assets & criticism of Govt’s tax policy Transcript A couple of weeks ago, […]

Beware the great unknown of NZ tax – the financial arrangements regime

Beware the great unknown of NZ tax – the financial arrangements regime Not many happy about the interest limitation proposals Time for a new approach – the fair economic return Transcript The former US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld died recently.  In the run up to the Iraq war he mused that there were things […]

Parliament’s Finance and Expenditure Committee launches enquiry into cryptoassets, tax treatment of forks and hard drops

Parliament’s Finance and Expenditure Committee launches enquiry into cryptoassets, tax treatment of forks and hard drops Deductibility of meal expenses of self-employed Inland Revenue office closed for earthquake risk The Week In Tax · Cryptoassets under the spotlight in Australia & New Zealand, deductibility of meal expenses Transcript Earlier this week, Parliament’s Finance and Expenditure […]

The unintended consequences of the interest limitation proposals

The unintended consequences of the interest limitation proposals A coming clampdown on the fringe benefit tax rules around twin cab utes Inland Revenue updates its advice on non-cash dividends The Week In Tax · Unintended consequences of interest limitation rules, FBT on twin-cab utes, deemed dividends Transcript Having pored over the 143-page discussion document on the interest […]

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