Terry Baucher summarises the top 3 stories from this week in tax. The Brightline Test and professional advice The Te Ao Māori capital gains tax case It’s tax filing season The case discussed is GG & GE Blackburn Trustee Ltd v Crowe Horwath (NZ) Ltd  NZHC 366 HC Auckland, 8 March 2018. (There’s a […]
Terry Baucher summarises the top 3 stories from this week in tax. Criticisms of TWG proposals on CGT Finance and Expenditure committee hear submissions about online GST and loss ringfencing It’s terminal tax time Podcast Transcript Kia ora! It’s Friday, the 5th of April. Welcome to The Week in Tax! I’m Terry Baucher, a long-time […]
The week’s tax news in one handy summary. New Zealand Tax The headline is dramatic but the article raises very valid questions particularly around the use of the supplementary order paper | Circumventing tax laws will damage our democracy https://t.co/y6Yg0nkdxy I envision the rate being changed swiftly depending on how the tech companies respond | […]
What might a possible digital services tax look like?
What to do before the tax year end on 31 March 2019.
Inland Revenue’s latest instalment of its ongoing $1.5 billion business transformation.
The week’s tax news in one handy summary. New Zealand Tax One night only! I’m on the panel tonight with Susan, Geoff and Dominic Stephens Westpac’s Chief Economist (in his personal capacity). Should be lively! See you at 7 – we might even talk about something other than CGT! https://t.co/ae7DkIxNy1 Here’s my thoughts on SkyCity’s […]
Cullen Group law case against Inland Revenue.
The Act to generate automatic tax refunds by Inland Revenue.
Digital Services Tax affecting Google, Facebook adverts booked in New Zealand.
The week’s tax news in one handy summary. New Zealand Tax This would be a good move. But I do agree with limiting it to commercial/industrial property | The Tax Working Group: Will it bring back depreciation of buildings? https://t.co/5jDd8eiw2W Interesting story about suggestion that art & other collectibles would be excluded from a CGT. […]
The week’s tax news in one handy summary. New Zealand Tax Abrupt changes of tax policy to shut down perceived abuses are a fact of life, but if a landlord is continuously running at losses how is that sustainable? | Leicester Gouwland: Another blow for residential landlords https://t.co/GSfHK5FaHF Broadly what I had expected to see, […]
The week’s tax news in one handy summary. New Zealand Tax My last column of the year for http://interest.co.nz looks at the TWG’s interim conclusions on taxing capital https://t.co/f7p46SGSEg Fair point on inflation: the alternative would be to adopt the risk-free rate of return. Not sure the Taxpayers’ Union base would like that | Capital […]