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  1. Examining New Zealand's Budget 2017

    A detailed look at the key components of New Zealands Budget 2017, handed down by Finance Minister Steven Joyce on 25 May 2017...


  2. Capitalism, inequality and economic growth

    Can a more inclusive style of economic growth help close the global gap between rich and poor?...


  3. Laws passed to fight modern slavery

    NSW companies with yearly turnover of not less than $50 million now need to publish a yearly modern slavery statement or face fines. CA ANZ will help accountants prepare for new reporting rules...


  4. Advocating for the public good

    Good public policy is vital for a sustainable, prosperous and resilient future, and CA ANZ will be at the table. Brought to you by CA ANZ...


  5. Cartels and the misuse of market power

    New Zealand and Australia take different approaches to the criminality of cartels and the abuse of market power...


  6. Corruption and bribery in New Zealand and Australia

    Are Australia and New Zealand really low-corruption bastions of ethical corporate conduct?...


  7. Negotiations start for NZ's next government

    New Zealand voters have delivered another uncertain verdict under the countrys proportional representation system, with neither the centre-right National Party nor the combination of the centre-left...


  8. How does NZs Wellbeing Budget measure up?

    When it comes to measuring returns on investment, NZs 2019 Budget does well on some items but is absent on others...


  9. Technology, supply chain pressures and staff shortages front of mind for Aussie SMBs

    On election day, small business owners want more government support with staffing, new tech and product delivery a concern...


  10. 2022 Australian Federal Election

    CA ANZ outlines its policy priorities for the next Federal Government ahead of the election on 21 May...


  11. Coronavirus has infected the Australian economy and the stimulus package could be the prescription

    The Australian Governments $17.6 billion dollar economic stimulus package presents a unique chance for small-medium sized businesses to take the economic fight to coronavirus...


  12. Latest NZ WFH tax breakgood, but lets get a permanent fix

    Inland Revenues decision to extend working from home tax relief was great news for Kiwis bearing extra costs of running a home office, butthe Government needs to bite the bullet and come up with a...


  13. Advocacy objectives and policy priorities

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealands advocacy objectives, policy priorities and positions...


  14. Policy submission principles

    Our guiding principles Good public policy plays an important role in contributing to a nation’s prosperity. It helps determine the economic future for the citizens, organisations and governments...


  15. Accountants tell select committee to keep it simple

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) took members of the Finance and Expenditure Committee on a deep dive into the complexities of the TaxationRemedial MattersBill on Monday...


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