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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
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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
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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
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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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Receivers must account to IRD for GST
The Court of Appeal has upheld the principle that receivers must account to IRD for the GST on a mortgagee sale.
New Zealand
28 Apr 2012
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Two Bills that affect insolvency practitioners on ice for election
The Insolvency Practitioners Bill and Taxation (Annual Rates, Returns Filing, and Remedial Matters) Bill are delayed.
New Zealand
29 Nov 2011
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Court creates tax risk for receivers, liquidators - and directors?
Recent NZ judgment relating to tax liability of receivers, liquidators and directors of companies in receivership and liquidation.
New Zealand
5 Aug 2011
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The G[i]ST of it: new zero rating rules for "land"
From 1 April 2011, the GST rules for "land" have changed. Contracts for the sale of land need to be amended to deal with these changes. What began as a move to crack down on "phoenix" frauds has resulted in GST being effectively turned off for supplies between registered persons involving land. But this comes with significant compliance requirements. This Brief Counsel explains what you need to know before entering into agreements under the new rules.
New Zealand
5 Apr 2011
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