The group is likely to produce something “saleable” for a Labour/NZ First government, Rob Hosking says.
"We've got a good mix of people on the working group – from tax experts and academics to people with private sector, union and Maori community expertise."
By putting a politician in charge instead of a tax nerd, Grant Robertson is making sure this review, at least, won’t embarrass the government.
A major party of her speech hinged on what she, and deputy prime minister Winston Peters, call the “low-wage economy.”
NBR readers are divided on whether a land tax aimed at offshore buyers of land is really going to do the business. With special feature audio.