ON THE MONEY: Migration jeopardises trust taxes

Fri 5 Feb

Moving to Australia creates taxation consequences in both countries for family trusts

EY private client services partner Darren White

Tax rules on donations a deterrent to gifting: EY partner

Tue 2 Feb 3

Misunderstanding about when tax credits for donations can be claimed is rife, EY partner Darren White says. With special audio feature.

Previous Revenue Minister Todd McClay

UPDATED: Arrested student loan defaulter claims to be Cook Island PM’s relative

Fri 22 Jan 45

Kiwis living overseas estimated to be responsible for one-fifth of NZ’s $15 billion student loan debt.

‘Nuts’ over delays triggered by new tax property rules

Fri 18 Dec

Delays triggered by government requirements for offshore investors to hold a New Zealand bank account number are rising – and the problem is wider than the property market.


More than $34m restrained from 'well-known' restaurant chain

Mon 7 Dec 2

This follows a joint investigation involving Immigration NZ, the Labour Inspectorate, Inland Revenue and police.

IRD acting deputy commissioner of policy and strategy David Carrigan

IRD eyes hybrid instruments, related party debt in global tax avoidance clamp-down

Wed 2 Dec 1

David Carrigan said the other area the IRD is looking at is related party debt.


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