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    No surprises in NZ Budget 2018

    The Coalition Government’s first Budget forecasts 3% economic growth over five years, and sets out a plan for the New Zealand economy to face future challenges, but changes to the tax system are...

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    NZ's Labour Party wants shared prosperity

    Societies fail when the benefits of prosperity are not shared fairly, warns Labour Finance Spokesman Grant Robertson...

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    Losing money to the black economy?

    Many see cash-in-hand business as a victimless crime, but the black economy is a problem for government and the community...

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    Analysing The Opportunities Party's tax policy

    The Opportunities Party (TOP) argues that New Zealand’s current tax system is unfair, but does TOP’s proposed tax policy offer a better alternative?...

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    Milking the dead — A guide to taxing zombies and other spectres

    Even zombies can’t avoid their tax obligations according to Professor Adam Chodorow in his paper Death and Taxes and Zombies...

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    ATO powers up with data-matching tech

    More powerful data-matching tools from the ATO are catching out more tax avoiders. What can accountants do to comply?...

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    The move to electronic identity verification

    If you’d rather not have the AML/CFT Act compromise your client experience, embrace technology. Embrace electronic identity verification...

  8. Tax transparency – are we there yet?

    Ben Seumahu CA, Director, Department of Professional Practice at KPMG...

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  9. Small business tax avoiders costing Australians billions

    The ATO Small Business Tax Gap report released today highlights a $11.1 billion tax gap, almost two-thirds of this credited to black economy behaviour such as not declaring income, workers paid cash ‘...

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    The digital tax hunt bigger than Google

    Governments chasing revenue from digital giants may have more success by working together, says the OECD’s David Bradbury...

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