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An employment lawyer says Inland Revenue's use of psychometric testing in its restructuring is "legally dubious". The tax department is looking to shed 30 percent of its workforce by 2021 and is… Audio
Staff at Inland Revenue offices around the country have been told 30 percent of its 6000-strong workforce will go by 2021.
Tax expert Mark Keating on the job losses and the way they pave the way for more technology at the Inland Revenue Department. Audio
New Zealanders are being taxed too harshly, with KiwiSaver funds paying four times as much tax as property investors, a tax expert says.
The tax department expects the sweeping changes it's making to the way it does business online to be worth billions in savings in time and administration. Audio
The tax department is introducing changes to help New Zealanders better file and manage their GST online.
More than 10,000 student loan borrowers have been found using data-matching, with most suspected to be in default.
The Inland Revenue Department is boosting its scrutiny of taxes paid by big business.
A proposed change to the taxing of employee share schemes may deter the start up of technology companies in this country, according to an industry group. Audio
Inland Revenue is pushing ahead with changes aimed at simplifying the way employee share-schemes are taxed, even though it doesn't offer any concessions to help start-up companies get going. Audio
An Auckland restaurateur has been sentenced to more than three years in prison for evading $787,996 in tax.
Inland Revenue is chasing employers for unpaid KiwiSaver contributions worth tens of millions of dollars.
A management consultant who failed to pay almost $250,000 in GST and income tax has been sentenced to six months' home detention.
Student groups want the government to stop using what they call draconian techniques to get people to repay their student loans.
Tens of millions of dollars could be clawed back from student loan defaulters living in Australia under a new information-sharing law.
The Inland Revenue Department says it is making the most of new laws requiring overseas buyers of New Zealand property to have a tax number. Audio
Business and tax experts are welcoming what is being described as the biggest shake-up to small business tax issues in 20 years. Audio
If New Zealand followed the norm and taxed the overseas income of foreign trusts then that might result in the end of the industry, Inland Revenue says. Audio
The Inland Revenue department says capital gains made on the sale of gold and silver bullion are taxable. Audio
Some tradespeople are being paid cash for jobs worth more than $20,000, a new survey on the tradies' black economy for IRD suggests. Audio