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NZ doesn’t need a capital gains tax, Deloitte partner says

Robyn Walker highlights the lumpy revenue risks and complexity of a CGT.

WATCH: Deloitte tax partner Robyn Walker speaks with Jonathan Mitchell.

The pros of introducing a capital gains tax in New Zealand could be squashed by the cons, Deloitte tax partner Robyn Walker says.

She told NBR the additional compliance costs needed to be weighed up against the practicalities of introducing a CGT, and how much revenue could realistically be

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