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An overview of the Government’s discussion document on the design of the interest limitation

An overview of the Government’s discussion document on the design of the interest limitation Additional bright-line rules The Week In Tax · First look at detailed interest limitation rule and additional bright-line rules Transcript It has been a massive week in tax beginning with the G7’s announcement that it had agreed a minimum corporate tax rate of […]

An Employment Court case reveals Inland Revenue’s extensive use of contractors

An Employment Court case reveals Inland Revenue’s extensive use of contractors Is Google taking the Government for a ride? A warning about the new bright-line test The Week In Tax · What’s going on at Inland Revenue? Google NZ’s 2020 results & bright-line test Transcript The chances are that if you ring Inland Revenue, your […]

This week the Minister of Revenue is not happy with Google

This week the Minister of Revenue is not happy with Google How many ACC lump sums may be over-taxed Inland Revenue updates the square metre rate for home offices The Week In Tax · Google’s tax practices under fire from the Minister of Revenue, taxation of ACC lump sums & more Transcript Last week, on […]

Budget 2021 Special

Terry Baucher finds no headline tax surprises in the Budget, but plenty of other bones to pick over The Week In Tax · Budget 2021 Special Transcript So, much as expected, no headline tax surprises then. We will have to wait until next year at the earliest for any changes to tax thresholds. The nearly […]

The Australian Budget

How the Aussie Budget affects New Zealand Is taxing capital gains at 39% fair? Progress on an international minimum tax rate The Week In Tax · The Australian Budget, tax rates & brightline gains & a minimum corporate tax rate Transcript New Zealand Budgets are usually exercises in political grandstanding and are the duller for […]

Time to rethink how we tax residential property investment?

The latest draft guidance for taxing crypto assets, and the latest tax audit claim stats from Accountancy Insurance Rethinking the taxation of property Inland Revenue releases latest crypto advice Inland Revenue audit activity The Week In Tax · Rethinking the taxation of property, IRD releases latest crypto advice & IRD audit activity Transcript In the […]

How do you solve a problem like dual purpose expenditure?

Terry Baucher and John Cantin explore that and other thorny tax issues, and the side-lining of our internationally respected tax consultation process

Inland Revenue launches construction industry campaign

Inland Revenue targets the construction industry The unfair tax treatment of ACC lump sum payments The latest OECD data on carbon pricing The Week In Tax · IRD launches construction industry campaign, unfair taxation of ACC lump sums & Earth Day Transcript This week, Inland Revenue launches a construction industry education campaign, an odd case […]

Cryptoassets under the spotlight

Cryptoassets under the spotlight; 10 years of compulsory zero rating for land transactions; and a warning for trustees moving to Australia.

Small Businesses and tax compliance, PAYE for employees of overseas companies

Small Businesses and tax compliance, PAYE for employees of overseas companies Managing fringe benefit tax A global minimum corporate tax rate? The Week In Tax · Small Business Tax issues, managing FBT & international tax developments Transcript Friday was Small Business Day. If you spent money with a participating small business and posted your interchange on […]

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