John Tookey offers an alternative solution.
Tax changes nearly 30 years ago reduced distortion between savings vehicles – but widened distortion between housing and other forms of investment
Capital gains tax, cutting red tape for new houses, and extended government support for innovation, are among the recommendations from an IMF report on the New Zealand economy.
The IMF's outlook for New Zealand's economy was favourable but household debt remained high and was a risk to financial stability.
A land tax on foreigners: What is John Key waiting for? With special feature audio.