The week's tax news in one handy summary.
New Zealand Tax
- Good to see error was spotted by IRD | At least 51,000 ANZ KiwiSavers missed out on their full member tax credits
- Here's a good profile of my accomplished co-author | The Sure Things: Deborah Russell
- Not uncommon to see this overlooked | Parents recoup $250,000 through school donation rebate business
- Interesting. Tight deadline to re-register is also playing a part in apparent low numbers | Mass foreign trust cull https://t.co/D3520ftLWa
- Very curious indeed. The charitable trusts involved have now de-registered | Officials fear $140m charity tax rort
- More good work here from @MattNippert on the charitable sector | At $64b, charity coffers are running over
- Agree, tourists contribute a lot through GST which Govt should redirect | Tourist tax: Biting the hand that feeds
- My local paper the estimable Devonport Flagstaff interviewed me for their latest issue. Read all about it at
- OECD report also discusses capital gains tax | Finance Minister Joyce says more work needed on personal tax rates
- If you leave NZ but maintain a permanent place of abode here, you’ll remain an NZ tax resident.
- BEPS Multilateral Instrument signed
- Probably now peak season for scams so be cautious | Several Inland Revenue scams detected as Kiwis file tax returns
- Interesting development | Canada introduces "principal-purpose" test to halt treaty shopping
- Study matched leaked information from HSBC and the Panama Papers with wealth data from Denmark, Norway and Sweden. Will cause outrage.
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