Developing the future Tax Policy of New Zealand.

The Tax Policy Charitable Trust aims to promote best practice tax policy and promote broader tax thinking for the public good.

Symposium: The Future Of Tax

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Future of Tax Symposium: Most of TWG supports capital gains tax

Future of Tax Symposium: Most of TWG supports capital gains tax 1200 800 Lee Stace

Sir Michael Cullen revealed at an event organised by the Tax Policy Charitable Trust that the majority of the Tax Working Group (TWG) supports taxation on capital income. However, where the group had yet to reach a consensus was mainly…

OECD’s David Bradbury meets with IRD, Treasury

OECD’s David Bradbury meets with IRD, Treasury 620 349 Lee Stace

The Tax Policy Scholarship Charitable Trust recently sponsored the visit by an OECD official who met with government officials to discuss the direction of tax policy changes around the world and how New Zealand might respond to these. David Bradbury,…

Matt Woolley and Talia Smart named joint winners of tax comp.

Matt Woolley and Talia Smart named joint winners of tax comp. 510 307 Lee Stace

Treasury’s Matt Woolley and Talia Smart from Inland Revenue (IRD) are the co-winners of tax policy competition run by the Tax Policy Scholarship Charitable Trust (TPSCT). The pair impressed the heavyweight judging panel while presenting their respective proposals at Wellington’s…

Minister of Revenue announces tax policy competition finalists

Minister of Revenue announces tax policy competition finalists 510 300 Taxpolicy

Minister of Revenue Judith Collins was on hand to announce the finalists for this year’s Tax Policy Competition. They are Talia Smart and Nicholas Coyle (both from Inland Revenue), Treasury’s Matt Woolley, and PwC’s Chris Park. The finalists for the…

Tax policy

impacts all New Zealanders

2018 IRD annual report

72.1 billion in tax revenue collected in 2018

3.5 million Individuals paid pay-as-you earn (PAYE) or filed a personal tax return

377,628 company tax returns were filed