New Zealand


Welcome to the KPMG knowledge base of articles and publications that demonstrate our understanding of many of the complex business challenges and issues faced by todays companies.
Go Search
Results 1-10 of about 42.
1  2  3  4  5  Next>  
ImageTitle/DescriptionArticle Date 

Submission - Recognising salary trade-offs as income

Equity concerns need to be balanced against additional compliance costs that will be imposed on employers.
Modified date: 10/10/2014
Business and industry issue

Submission – QWBA foreign tax credits

The submission comments on a QWBA whether a person can claim a foreign tax credit in NZ for amounts withheld in the UK on their pension payments.
Modified date: 7/10/2014
Business and industry issue

NZ M&A Predictor - issue 4

This latest M&A Predictor indicates there are currently a healthy number of buyers in the market, showing both capacity and appetite.
Modified date: 25/09/2014
Publication series

Submission - Taxation (Annual Rates, Foreign Super, and more) Bill

While we broadly support the changes we are concerned about over taxation and the scope of the proposed amnesty.
Modified date: 6/08/2014
Business and industry issue

Submission - QWBA Tax Avoidance Scenarios

KPMG submission on Income Tax: Scenarios on Tax Avoidance, following the release of draft practical guidance by the Commissioner of Inland Revenue.
Modified date: 31/07/2014
Business and industry issue

Tax changes closing in on the digital economy

The ‘tax morality’ debate has held centre stage in tax circles for many months now.
Modified date: 29/07/2014
Business and industry issue

Tax submissions

KPMG's comment and insight on Government's proposed tax legislation.
Modified date: 25/07/2014
Publication series


Regular KPMG commentary on topical tax issues.
Modified date: 18/07/2014
Publication series

Taxmail - Budget 2013 commentary

Government is using its Building Growth Agenda as a framework for building a more competitive economy.
Modified date: 25/06/2014
Business and industry issue

Inland Revenue increases costs of Christchurch rebuild

The Inland Revenue has explained when working away from home becomes a taxable “perk”.
Modified date: 26/03/2014
Press release
1  2  3  4  5  Next>