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Emotionalism and illogical rhetoric define capital gains tax arguments

Rob Hosking
Mon, 11 Jul 2011

If Trademe founder Sam Morgan wishes to donate a proportion of his capital gain for the sale of his business to the government’s consolidated account, he is quite at liberty to do so.

He is not, however, entitled to compel his fellow New Zealanders, few – if any – of whom are likely to be in

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Rob Hosking
Mon, 11 Jul 2011
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