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Wealthy Kiwis paying their fair share of tax: report

New research aims to help fill the information gaps on wealthy New Zealanders.

Some inequities were easy to identify, said OliverShaw.

The country’s wealthiest people are paying their fair share of tax, according to research out today.

Tax consultancy OliverShaw commissioned Australasian firm, Sapere Research Group, to prepare a report on New Zealand’s tax system.

OliverShaw noted it had been strongly suggested that New

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