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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 […]

How the interest limitation rules will apply to taxable sales of property

How the interest limitation rules will apply to taxable sales of property Interpretation statement on income tax and GST treatment of businesses disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic Global minimum tax rate proposals The Week In Tax · Interest limitation proposals for taxable sales, international agreement on global taxation & more Transcript Chapter 5 of the […]

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