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A tax specialist says the governments housing changes are too complex and have been rushed through.
Former Inland Revenue deputy commissioner Robin Oliver, who now runs his own tax advisory service… Audio
Tax Working Group dissenter Robin Oliver is a former Inland Revenue deputy commissioner, and a recognised expert on the tax system. While supporting a capital gains tax on rental properties he… 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 directors of New Zealand companies at the centre of the Panama Papers revelations could face up to five years in prison if they helped clients evade taxes. Audio
Robin Oliver is a former Deputy Commissioner of Policy at Inland Revenue and now a director, and tax advisor, at Oliver Shaw Audio
New Zealand is being accused of dragging its heels in response to the Panama papers as the rest of the world starts to crack down on tax-dodging and money launderers. Foreign trusts are in the… Audio
A former top official at Inland Revenue says it's unlikely the tax department would chase small-time online shoppers for not paying their GST. Audio
A former top official at Inland Revenue is warning the new so-called bright line tax test for property investors might seem clear cut but will become enormously complicated. Audio
Proposed changes to the earthquake building code are re-igniting debate over tax breaks for property owers facing massive strengthening costs. Audio