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Tax Working Group 'opportunity to change the conversation' - PSA

Wednesday, 20 December, 2017 - 16:45

The government’s Tax Working Group is a genuine chance to change the conversation around the tax system, the PSA says.

Finance Minister Grant Robertson and Revenue Minister Stuart Nash have released details of the group, which will be chaired by Sir Michael Cullen.

Sir Michael Cullen welcomes TWG members

Wednesday, 20 December, 2017 - 16:36

"The Tax Working Group has an important task ahead of it so I am extremely pleased to welcome a great team for the job. It gives me great confidence for the future of our tax system and economy," Sir Michael Cullen, Chair of the Tax Working Group said today.

Tax Working Group members announced

Wednesday, 20 December, 2017 - 16:06

Finance Minister Grant Robertson and Revenue Minister Stuart Nash today announced the members being appointed to the Government’s Tax Working Group.

If you reckon cash jobs don’t leave a trail, think again - IRD

Wednesday, 20 December, 2017 - 14:21

The main message in the latest marketing campaign to target tax crime in the building sector has raised a few eyebrows.

Inland Revenue has been warning in a series of radio ads and billboards over the past few weeks that "every undeclared cash job leaves a trail".

Pause or peak ? - CMC Markets

Wednesday, 20 December, 2017 - 11:50

By Ric Spooner, Chief Market Analyst, CMC Markets

After two strong days, the ASX 200 index is now 2% above its 6 December low. This provides a good start to a year-end rally.

Bolder Government action needed to tackle inequality

Wednesday, 20 December, 2017 - 11:26

The new government's efforts to tackle poverty in New Zealand are welcome and long overdue, but bolder action is needed to turn the tide on inequality, Peter Malcolm, spokesperson for the income equality project Closing the Gap, said today.

NZ business tax rate killing investment, productivity, wages - NZTU

Wednesday, 20 December, 2017 - 10:56

New Zealand's corporate tax rate is now one of the highest in the world with the expected passing of a massive reduction in business taxes in the United States, says the New Zealand Taxpayers' Union.

Abano confirms record half year result in line with guidance

Wednesday, 20 December, 2017 - 08:41

Abano Healthcare Group Limited (NZX:ABA) has today reported a lift in both revenue and underlying earnings as it delivered a half year result in line with its November 2017 guidance.

Foreign home-buyer ban driven by populist hysteria - ACT

Tuesday, 19 December, 2017 - 15:49

"The Government’s decision to ban foreign home-buyers shows it is all too willing to bow to populist pressure and is unserious about tackling the housing crisis", says ACT Leader David Seymour.

Foreign home-buyer ban 'driven by populist hysteria'

Tuesday, 19 December, 2017 - 14:45

"The Government’s decision to ban foreign home-buyers shows it is all too willing to bow to populist pressure and is unserious about tackling the housing crisis", says ACT Leader David Seymour.

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