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Hipkins rules out any wealth or capital gains tax

'With many Kiwi households struggling, now is simply not the time for a big shake-up of our tax system,' Labour leader says.

Illustration: Michael Hickmott.

NBR Staff Wed, 12 Jul 2023

Labour Party leader Chris Hipkins has ruled out introducing any wealth or capital gains tax after this year’s election, saying now is not the time for a big shake-up of our tax system.

Hipkins ruled out any such taxes today to draw a line under speculation about the party’s tax policy, he said,

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NBR Staff Wed, 12 Jul 2023
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