Tax dispute over former Whitcoulls building heads to appeal court
Rockefeller company spends $8.8 million on quake strengthening after buying it for $7.7 million in 2003.
Victoria Young Fri, 15 Sep 2017
The age-old accountant’s dilemma of distinguishing between revenue and capital receipts is before the courts again, this time as a Herman Rockefeller company disputes the tax treatment of payments relating to the former Whitcoulls building in Wellington. The building is now occupied by Glassons’
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