The week's tax news in one handy summary.
New Zealand Tax
- The financial arrangements regime strikes again | Auckland woman has a $50,000 tax bill for money she never made
- Collins isn't ruling out DPT entirely | Govt shies away from 'draconian' penalty to stop multinational tax dodgers
- Sounds like "Damned if you do, damned if you don't" | Analysts question if $8.5b on KiwiSaver is money well spent
- Alexander Gillespie on the latest in the BEPS iniative | New treaty should help to tackle international tax dodges
- Interesting idea to zero-rate transactions between GST registered persons | Simplifying GST for business
- Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand warns of little-known contract dispute resolution service closure
- You can submit online
- Very important part of the Making Tax Simpler process. Submissions close on 15th September
United States Tax
- Estimated US$1.3 Trillion held offshore | Tech Companies Push Offshore Cash Pile To A Record
- Doubt whether anywhere near same scale in NZ | ALP reveals plan to crack down on family trusts with 30% tax rate
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