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National's amorphous tax cut plan

Tax cuts – they’re coming, in April 2017, should National be re-elected. Maybe. Depending on whether economic and fiscal conditions allow.

But what form will these tax cuts take? 600 more words


Overseas property investors - are you ready for CGT in 2015

In the Autumn Statement 2013 it was announced that a CGT charge will be introduced from April 2015 on ‘future’ capital gains made by non-UK residents disposing of UK residential property. 301 more words

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Cunliffe trips over CGT and IRD

Labour leader David Cunliffe has been exposed again, apparently making things up incorrectly about something he should have known about.

On Radio Live yesterday Cunliffe claimed that Labour had discussed with Inland Revenue that they could handle a Capital Gains Tax. 635 more words


Labour's alarming ignorance about their CGT

Labour have been embarrassed by their lack of detailed knowledge of one of their flagship election policies, Capital Gains Tax.

This blew up in Tuesday’s leader’s debate and “David Cunliffe was flummoxed and admitted yesterday he was unsure of the CGT policy details – even though he wrote it”. 1,353 more words


Cunliffe on taxing trust owned homes

The main talking point – and turning point – of last night’s debate was when David Cunliffe failed to answer a question from John Key on taxing of trust owned family homes. 265 more words


Primera jornada de huelga de hostelería en Granada

Jornada de huelga del 29 de Agosto en el Sector Hostelero de Granada.

  • La mayoría de trabajadores Hotel Playa Calida Almuñecar, el 80 por ciento, ha seguido la huelga .
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Australia - tax guidance on bitcoin published on 20 August 2014

The Australian tax authority released a number of draft tax determinations and a guidance paper, in which it states that bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are not money or foreign currency for taxation purposes. 189 more words