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  1. Chevron: A game-changer for multinational tax avoiders

    Why the Australian Tax Office’s win in its recent tax avoidance case against Chevron will open the floodgates for similar proceedings against other multinationals...

  2. Why Treasurer Scott Morrison is playing down the budget

    Speculation is mounting that Budget 2017-18 will do little to address real economic reform...

  3. What CAs want from Budget 2017-18

    Acuity interviewed a cross section of chartered accountants to find out what they want to see Australian Treasurer Scott Morrison deliver in Budget 2017-18...

  4. Company tax cuts a win for politics over economics

    How will recent cuts to the company tax rate affect accounting in Australia?...

  5. 2017 Australian tax predictions

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand’s Australian Tax Leader Michael Croker outlines the Australian tax issues to watch in 2017...

  6. The jewel in New Zealand's tax crown

    Peter Vial CA outlines why New Zealand’s Generic Tax Policy Process (GTPP) is the envy of tax practitioners in other jurisdictions...

  7. Analysing The Opportunities Party's tax policy

    The Opportunities Party (TOP) argues that New Zealand’s current tax system is unfair, but does TOP’s proposed tax policy offer a better alternative?...

  8. New Zealand tax predictions for 2017

    For several decades, successive New Zealand governments, both National and Labour, have stuck to a broad base low rate (BBLR) approach to tax. With two notable exceptions – the absence of a...

  9. Chartered Accountants and the Panama Papers

    Should Chartered Accountants enter the debate about the offshoring activities highlighted in the Panama papers?...

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