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  1. Have your say: open New Zealand consultation items

    Help shape NZ tax policy and guidance. This month Inland Revenue have called for feedback on purchase price allocation, Charities and Donee organisations, and on proposed changes to the Unclaimed...

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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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    Bitcoin bonanza – or tax-time headache?

    Investing in cryptocurrencies, even by SMSFs, is now more common, with up to half a million taxpayers actively in the market last year. But tax authorities are warning they will track down crypto...

  4. Taxing Digital, a distraction from something far bigger?

    While work on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting started by tackling multinationals utilising tax havens and other measures, the international focus has now shifted to digital services companies...

  5. Tax Working Group final report: key recommendations

    While we wait for the Government’s response to the Tax Working Group report, we discuss key recommendations...

  6. Cashed-up Coalition aims to entice voters

    The 2019 Budget seeks to position the Coalition government as the economic manager Australians can trust and includes the biggest personal tax cuts since the Howard years...

  7. Tax

    We are a leading trans-Tasman voice on tax law and policy. With tax teams in Australia and New Zealand, we work closely with our respective governments, tax authorities and other stakeholders. We also...

  8. NZ Tax Roadshow in April and May

    If you haven’t already registered for our NZ Tax Roadshow, our Tax Team will be coming to a town near you in April and May 2019. There are so many changes and proposals in the tax world this year...

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