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Inland Revenue is contacting people about information received under Common Reporting Standards

Inland Revenue is contacting people about information received under Common Reporting Standards Company is put into liquidation for not having adequate accounting records Inland Revenue research on the tax debt tipping point The Week In Tax · IRD & Common Reporting Standards, consequences of not keeping records & tax debt tipping point Transcript A few […]

After the election what next in tax for the Labour Government? Who will be the Minister of Revenue?

After the election what next in tax for the Labour Government? Who will be the Minister of Revenue? A future role for green taxes Problems with Inland Revenue’s online functions The Week In Tax · What will Labour do in tax, a role for green taxes, problems at Inland Revenue? Transcript So now we know […]

The OECD’s latest update on progress in taxing the digital economy

The OECD’s latest update on progress in taxing the digital economy The potential impact of the United States House of Representatives Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial, and Administrative Law’s report on competition in digital markets An accidental new lover tax? The Week In Tax · The challenges of taxing the digital economy and a […]

Inland Revenue is checking wage subsidy claims.

Inland Revenue is checking wage subsidy claims A look at the Australian Budget Why GST rate cuts don’t work The Week In Tax · IRD is checking wage subsidy claims, the Australian Budget and why GST rate cuts don’t work Transcript The Wage Subsidy, Wage Subsidy Extension, and the Resurgence Wage Subsidy schemes are all […]

Highlights from the ATAINZ spring workshop including provisional tax payments holding up, home office expenditure allowances.

Highlights from the ATAINZ spring workshop including provisional tax payments holding up, home office expenditure allowances. Inland Revenue is chasing cryptoasset investors. How to design and implement a wealth tax. The Week In Tax · Provisional tax, home office expenditure, IRD chases cryptoasset investors & designing a wealth tax Transcript Late last week, I was […]

This week talking about UK pension transfers with Tony Chamberlain of GBPensions.

The difference between the UK and NZ taxation treatment and how some pension schemes are now more valuable because of Covid-19 The Week In Tax · The ins and outs of UK pension transfers with Tony Chamberlain of GBPensions Transcript My guest this week is Tony Chamberlain, director of GBPensions a firm specialising in U.K. pension transfers. […]

How a common GST mistake cost a client $450,000

How a common GST mistake cost a client $450,000 NZ tax residents must report income on worldwide basis Labour’s tax policy announcement does nothing for inequality or the inequities in the tax system The Week In Tax · A common GST mistake costs a client $450,000, reporting overseas income & Labour’s tax policy Transcript GST […]

Inland Revenue wins Frucor tax avoidance case in Court of Appeal

Inland Revenue wins Frucor tax avoidance case in Court of Appeal New Inland Revenue guidance on taxation of crypto assets Labour’s tax and small business election policies announced The Week In Tax · IRD wins Frucor tax avoidance case, new IRD guidance on cryptoassets and Labour’s tax policy Transcript Late last week Inland Revenue won a […]

How to make better choices managing money and reaching financial goals

This week, I’m joined by Lynda Moore, The Money Mentalist. Lynda’s background is in accounting, so she understands numbers. She also studied under Professor David Krueger in the USA to focus on money psychology. She now combines two skill sets as money mentor/coach, working with business owners, couples and individuals to get an understanding of how […]

COVID-19 related measures for tax losses and AirBnBs

COVID-19 related measures for tax losses and AirBnBs National releases its small business policy Is a capital gains tax back on the agenda? The Week In Tax · Covid-19 and tax loss carry backs, AirBnBs, National’s tax policy and CGT back on the agenda Transcript Friday was the due date for the first instalment of […]

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