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About once a decade the government reviews tax policy and this is that. If you've spent years moaning about New Zealand not having a 0% personal allowance, been frustrated by the lack of capital gains tax or stamp duty this is your chance to submit your view of consideration:
https://taxworkinggroup.govt.nz
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More tax and spend, spend, spend -you know it's Right. After all it has worked well for the UK, Italy, Venuezela.
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More tax and spend, spend, spend -you know it's Right. After all it has worked well for the UK, Italy, Venuezela.
As long as they only tax people who earn more than me !!
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The answer, I think, is a duty tax on wealthy divorcées who marry much younger second time around. Similarly upmarket boutiques selling salmon coloured trousers. Plenty of things left to tax!

Either way, time to professionalise your moaning and make your submissions.
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Looks like fuel tax will increase substantially. A nice little kick in the teeth for lower income workers who can't afford to live in the inner-cities or buy electric cars as well as rural communities. Your government still hates you.
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Jacinda Blair friend of the working class strikes again
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they will find a way to tax electric cars don't you worry about that
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Looks like they took 6700 submissions and nearly 16,000 people took their poll:





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Looks like fuel tax will increase substantially. A nice little kick in the teeth for lower income workers who can't afford to live in the inner-cities or buy electric cars as well as rural communities. Your government still hates you.
"Quite right, I think living in Auckland is still just a bit too affordable for commuters. I mean do we really want families and lower middle class folks clogging up our suburbs? Let's introduce a regional sales tax that targets them..."
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Let's introduce a regional sales tax that targets them..."

I think it's called 'Amazon Tax' - they're going to make sure we don't go wasting our money and spending the precious little that remains of after tax income overseas.

https://www.theguardian.com/australi...-new-gst-rules

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Well the results are in and, almost inevitably, CGT was a recommendation along with lowering PAYE rates, making agriculture part of the carbon tax scheme and taxing land banking.

Right wing have denounced it as "an assault on the Kiwi way of life" and implied people would leave for Australia as a result (Unsure as to why? Australia has CGT.)
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