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Treasury raises the issue of Capital Gains Tax

Treasury raises the issue of Capital Gains Tax

The fiscal risk of climate change Charities business income exemption https://soundcloud.com/user-262228104/treasury-raises-the-issue-of-capital-gains-tax-charities-business-income-exemption-more Various Treasury Briefings to Incoming Ministers have been released in...

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What’s ahead in 2024?

What’s ahead in 2024?

Inland Revenue guidance on the new 39% trustee rate Briefing the Minister Tax credits or threshold adjustments? https://soundcloud.com/user-262228104/whats-ahead-in-2024-inland-revenue-guidance-on-the-proposed-39-trustee-rate-more The Finance Minister signed off 2023...

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The Climate Commission and COP28.

The Climate Commission and COP28.

A useful suggestion from the UK on taxing EVs An interesting case on staff retention payments Another tax case shows how not to use ChatGPT What’s the character of the year? The New Zealand Tax Podcast · COP28, the Climate...

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News Articles

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A GST lesson from the UK

A GST lesson from the UK Thousands here could be potentially subject to UK Inheritance Tax  Airbnb and Uber are not happy about a GST law change...
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Climate Change Commission’s draft report

Terry Baucher looks at some of the taxation ramifications from the Climate Change Commission's draft report The Climate Change Commission released its draft advice for consultation on 31st January. What of note did it have to say about the role of taxation? The...
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Working from home – can you claim a deduction for your expenses?

Are extra expenses and use of personal assets to work from home deductible against your taxable income? As usual with tax, its complicated. We're in week three of the Lockdown, and although the Prime Minister has indicated there may be a possible shift to Level 3 from...

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