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Tony Joyce on reducing our black economy and how policing and collecting tax from this $20 billion economy would increase revenue.
Agribusiness Agenda 2014 reflects on opportunities and challenges China present, the role of data on the industry and the sectors’ ability to grow.
NZ companies are leading the world in monitoring the performance of their CFOs, according to KPMG International’s 2014 Global Audit Committee Survey.
New Zealand banks are continuing their run of record profits dispelling recent concerns about the Official Cash Rate increase, and the impact of LVR.
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Inland Revenue today released its interpretation of what it means to be tax resident.
The current merger and acquisitions climate is seeing plenty of ‘positive’ deals to drive company growth and expansion.
New Zealand’s banking sector had a solid 2013, with economic recovery picking up pace and beginning to show through in the results.
An amendment was announced today, giving foreign super holders the opportunity to limit the tax on withdrawals made by 31 March 2014 to just 15%.
Rebecca Armour explains the complexity of tax residency rule; where living overseas does not mean you’re out of IRD’s reach.
Competition is heating up between the New Zealand banking sector versus other financial lenders – partly due to the new mortgage lending restrictions.
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KPMG announces the opening of a new office in Timaru.
The ‘tax morality’ debate has held centre stage in tax circles for many months now.
Following a strong increase in the previous quarter, the country’s retail banks’ net profits rose 12.9% to $971 million in March 2013 quarter.
Phishing attacks are occurring with increased frequency and with an increased level of sophistication. The risks are real.
Asia accounted for only 16% of gross foreign direct investment over the last 2 years. Australia remains our main source.
We expect Budget 2013 to have two major and urgent themes – boosting economic growth and better social outcomes.
We've teamed up with the Health Quality and Safety Commission to develop consumer experience indicators.
Net profits have risen by 10.5% to $855 million, an increase by $81 million from previous quarter.
New Zealand companies are showing increased confidence and stronger appetite to do deals.
New Zealand businesses are too complacent about the growing risk of bribery and corruption.
The Inland Revenue has explained when working away from home becomes a taxable “perk”.
Banks are in good shape with banking sector profits up 13.6% in the year to September 2012.
Business and IT leaders across the globe are finding cloud adoption to be more complicated than anticipated.
KPMG research released at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland has revealed a global insatiable appetite for media.
NZ financial institutions have little time to assess the likely impact of FATCA and consider the changes required.