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    Chartered Accountants and the Panama Papers

    Should Chartered Accountants enter the debate about the offshoring activities highlighted in the Panama papers?...

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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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    Does the ATO have too much power?

    Bowing out after 10 years, Australia’s Inspector-General of Taxation Ali Noroozi worries about the power wielded by the ATO and highlights the importance of trust and independence...

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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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    NZ gets tough on money laundering

    Accountants undertaking activities subject to new anti-money laundering laws should be ready to comply from 1 October 2018...

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    Chris Jordan’s Tax Office: The Big End of Town and beyond

    Chris Jordan’s Tax Office: The Big End of Town and beyond...

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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...

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    Australia and New Zealand target anti-money laundering

    A look at new moves by the Australian and New Zealand governments to address anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing...

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    Cracking down on money laundering

    The Australian and New Zealand governments are facing a potential backlash from industry groups as they move to introduce sweeping new anti-money laundering (AML) laws...

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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...