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Inland Revenue releases a determination on payments to employees for working from home

Inland Revenue releases a determination on payments to employees for working from home COVID-19 tax measures legislation is introduced Provisional tax is due 7th May   Transcript This week, Inland Revenue releases a determination on payments to employees for working from home. The COVID-19 tax measures legislation is introduced and in case you forgot, Provisional […]

Latest guidance from Inland Revenue on Covid-19 tax measures

Latest guidance from Inland Revenue on Covid-19 tax measures Draft guidance from Inland Revenue on tax implications of owning overseas rental property and application of financial arrangements rules DIA ruling on AML-CFT   Transcript. This week, the latest from Inland Revenue on its response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Inland Revenue releases draft guidance for consultation […]

New temporary loss carry-back regime – will it help small businesses?

New temporary loss carry-back regime –  will it help small businesses? The inherent flaw in the foreign investment fund regime; and The rules around claiming deductions for working at home   Transcript In today’s podcast, will the latest government tax measures help small businesses? The inherent flaw in the foreign investment fund regime. And we […]

This week more on the Governments COVID-19 package

The risks of underpaying yourself A cash flow trap for those transferring their pension and superannuation schemes to New Zealand More year-end tax planning   Transcript The government’s Covid-19 package, announced on Tuesday has been welcomed almost universally, but it’s also been given rise to a lot of questions about the specifics of the regime. Accountants and […]

Special edition looks at the tax measures in today’s $12.1 billion stimulus package

Depreciation on buildings restored Low value asset write-off limit increased to $5,000 Residual income tax threshold raised to $5,000 Inland Revenue to have discretion to write off use of money interest Transcript The Government has released details of its COVID-19 support package and I’m here to discuss the four specific tax measures which form part of that response. These […]

John Lohrentz on tax implications of methane emissions

Progressive taxation on biological methane is John Lohrentz’s proposal to the New Zealand government as a tool to transition to a low carbon economy.   This week we look further into the importance of environmental taxation I raised last week, my first guest for this year is John Lohrentz, who works at the intersections of […]

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Chris Cunniffe of Tax Management New Zealand talks about tax pooling

Chris Cunniffe of Tax Management New Zealand talks about tax pooling and the latest TMNZ/CAANZ survey of tax agent satisfaction with Inland Revenue Transcript This week, I’m joined by Chris Cunniffe CEO of tax pooling company Tax Management New Zealand. Morena Chris, welcome to the podcast. Nice to have you here. Now tax pooling is something […]

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Tax styles of the rich and famous

1966 and all that: The chequered history of entertainers, sports stars and tax What have William Shakespeare, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, U2, Norman Wisdom, Richard Burton, Boris Becker, Lionel Messi, Christian Ronaldo and Bobby Moore all got in common?  They are but a few of the many, very many, actors, entertainers and sports stars who […]

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More on Inland Revenue CRS initiative

More on Inland Revenue CRS initiative The future of tax Why did the Tax Working Group’s CGT proposal fail? Transcript This week, an update on Inland Revenue’s Common Reporting Standard initiative, the Future of Tax and what went wrong with introducing a capital gains tax. I spoke recently of Inland Revenue’s new initiative on the […]

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Time for a wealth tax to address inequality?

A free-ranging discussion with journalist, academic and author Max Rashbrooke about taxing wealth, especially on those who have it and who are ‘not in the system’, and who ‘pay very little tax now’. Podcast Transcript

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