The Green Party is insisting a wealth tax is not a bottom line for any coalition agreement with Labour despite one of its senior MPs saying it is.
The policy means those people worth more than $1 million are taxed at 1 percent and those worth more than $2 million at 2 percent.
Julie Anne Genter has told a small business panel discussion the plan would have to be part of any government deal.
Early this month the party co-leaders Marama Davidson and James Shaw told RNZ there are absolutely no bottom lines.
James Shaw speaks to Susie Ferguson.