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Steven Joyce’s commitment to Mum and Dad taxpayers and more efficient public services in his speech yesterday to the Institute of Public Administration New Zealand is being welcomed by the New Zealand Taxpayers’ Union.
John Bishop, Chairman of the Taxpayers’ Union, says:
TVNZ has delivered an after tax net profit of $12.9 million for the six months to 31 December 2016, up 1% on the same period last year.
As Benjamin Franklin said "There are only two certainties in life, death and taxes". Although he was right, what he didn’t say is that on the bright side, you can often get a refund on your taxes!
Quake affected farmers and other rural businesses will have one less thing to worry about following the Government’s announcement today on depreciation roll-over relief, said Federated Farmers President Dr William Rolleston.
Businesses in the upper South Island and Greater Wellington areas hit by last year’s earthquake and aftershocks will be able to replace assets lost in the earthquake without immediately incurring a tax bill, Revenue Minister Judith Collins said today.
National parks are by law the ‘people’s parks" and New Zealanders should have free entry with tourists charged a national park levy on entering the country says a national outdoor recreation advocacy.
NZ Superannuation Fund chief executive Adrian Orr must wonder why he has been targeted by the Prime Minister, says New Zealand First and Northland MP Rt Hon Winston Peters.
"New Zealand First believes in pay for performance and the Super Fund has over achieved in every respect.
Kiwi Group Holdings (KGH) which includes Kiwibank, Kiwi Wealth, Kiwi Insurance and New Zealand Home Loans, has made a profit after tax of $65 million for the six months ending 31 December 2016, compared with $73 million for the same 6 month period in 20151.
Finance and Infrastructure Minister, Steven Joyce’s, first major announcement since taking up the portfolio was exactly the tonic Auckland business needed to hear.
Whether it’s saving for a new car, school fees, new home, or supplementing income in retirement, saving is a necessity for many of us. With the money just about spent before we’ve managed to save it, how do you minimise risk and maximise returns?
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