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Tax working group report – too big to succeed?
Article discusses key CGT recommendations proposed a majority of the TWG.
New Zealand
6 Mar 2019
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The future of tax – what can we look forward to?
The Tax Working Group's interim report discusses its review of the structure, fairness and balance of the NZ tax system.
New Zealand
11 Oct 2018
3
Amazon tax proposed: levelling the GST playing field for low value goods into New Zealand
A discussion paper proposes to require certain non-resident suppliers to account for GST on supplies of low-value goods.
New Zealand
4 May 2018
4
R&D tax incentives – what is on offer?
The government is seeking input on its proposed 12.5% tax credit for new research and development.
New Zealand
2 May 2018
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NZ continues to take the lead in global movement against BEPS
The Bill promotes measures to combat BEPS arrangements and wide-ranging changes to NZ's cross-border investment. rules.
New Zealand
27 Apr 2018
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New tax rules for employee share schemes
Companies with, and thinking of adopting, an ESS as part of their remuneration package should review their arrangements.
New Zealand
2 Apr 2018
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What is at stake on 23 September [NZ elections] for tax policy?
Tax is a top issue this campaign, featuring strongly in the leadership debates, and is a major point of difference.
New Zealand
20 Sep 2017
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Pressure to prevent base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) mounts
New measures could be included in a BEPS taxation bill to be introduced in late 2017, for enactment by July 2018
New Zealand
30 Aug 2017
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Chapman Tripp submissions on Taxation Bill
Chapman Tripp has recommended a number of improvements to this taxation omnibus bill to modernise tax administration.
New Zealand
20 Jul 2017
10
New employee share scheme tax rules – its time to review your scheme
The proposed new tax rules make significant changes to the taxation of ESS, particularly conditional share schemes.
New Zealand
9 Apr 2017
11
Incoming turbulence: tax proposals target multinationals
These discussion documents aim towards the implementation of the OECD Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project.
New Zealand
12 Mar 2017
12
Second consultation round on taxation of employee share schemes
Inland Revenue has released an update on proposals to reform the tax treatment of employee share schemes.
New Zealand
11 Sep 2016
13
High Court defines what it means to live in New Zealand
Residency test is broader and encompasses factors such as ties to New Zealand and the regularity of times spent there.
New Zealand
19 Aug 2016
14
Supreme Court finds against Trustpower in feasibility expenditure case
The costs were capital in nature, as the consents were tangible progress towards eventual completion of capital projects.
New Zealand
1 Aug 2016
15
Employee share scheme reform – with more to come
The article explains the new tax law changes and summarises the reform proposals the IRD has put up for discussion.
New Zealand
13 Jun 2016
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Trustees take note: FATCA and the family trust
FATCA may impose a compliance burden on the trustees of New Zealand family trusts, even if no US persons are involved.
New Zealand
21 Dec 2015
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Trusts and the new tax statement rules for land transactions
Parties to transactions which include a transfer of land or an interest in land will have to complete a "tax statement".
New Zealand
23 Oct 2015
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A change in tax approach to feasibility expenditure
Is expenditure incurred in assessing the feasibility of a possible capital project or capital investment deductible?
New Zealand
19 Jul 2015
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PAYE not held on trust for Inland Revenue – Supreme Court
The decision was welcomed by insolvency practitioners after the Court of Appeal had previously upset industry practice.
New Zealand
14 Nov 2014
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The BEPS Project – OECD keeps tax reform pot boiling
The Base Erosion and Profit Shifting Project aims to reduce tax minimisation opportunities created by the global economy.
New Zealand
6 Oct 2014
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