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  1. New Zealand tax reform in 2019

    Taxation reform is part of New Zealand’s Business Transformation program, so what’s changing in the tax landscape in 2019?...

  2. Time for another go at tax reform in Australia

    As the COVID-19 pandemic threatens to push Australia’s net debt to A$677 billion by 2021, is tax reform an ambition too far?...

  3. How to best manage digital sales and point-of-sale data

    Find out why having clients selling on multiple digital platforms doesn’t need to be an accounting headache. Brought to you by Dext...

  4. Australian GST reform debate heats up

    Australia can learn a lot from New Zealand’s GST reforms but there are no easy fixes...

  5. Measuring Australia's GST gap

    Tax gap estimates track the performance and integrity of the tax system – but how accurate is it?...

  6. CA ANZ welcomes move to resolve GST rule catching out small businesses

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) is welcoming moves in the August Tax Bill to fix a rule that has put small business owners, who work from home, on the hook for a big GST bill...

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  7. Don’t let tax burst the trans-Tasman bubble

    The lifting of trans-Tasman travel restrictions announced this week provides welcome relief for long-suffering businesses that depend on tourists as well as business travellers, says Michael Croker...

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  8. Submission on PUB00352 Changing GST treatment after reducing the previously agreed consideration

    CA ANZ disagrees with the position taken in the draft. In our view, a credit note may be issued where there has been a change in GST treatment (for example, GST is incorrectly charged on a zero rated...

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  9. Political paralysis on tax reform will plaque generations to come

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand has called on both sides of politics to face up to tax reform and engage with the Australian community in the lead-up to the Federal Election...

  10. Submission on financing aged care

    Aged care costs are set to dramatically increase – how should they be funded?...

  11. Submission on NSW Review of Federal Financial Relations

    CA ANZ is supportive of reforming Federal Financial Relations in the medium to long term by increasing the GST base/rate and substituting land tax for conveyance duty. In the short term, CA ANZ also...

  12. Submission on GST and Agency - PUB00327

    CA ANZ recently provided feedback to Inland Revenue on their draft interpretation statement, PUB00327 - GST and Agency...

  13. Is your system ready for new GST invoicing rules?

    Changes to the GST invoicing rules, as part of tax legislation passed in March 2022, will take effect from April 2023. These changes will affect almost all businesses – and have so far attracted very...

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  14. Cryptocurrencies, Coca-Cola and compliance

    Inland Revenue have recently updated their guidance on cryptocurrencies. Our Senior Tax Advocate Jolayne Trim outlines key points to consider...

  15. Taxation (Annual Rates for 2021–22, GST, and Remedial Matters) Bill Introduced

    The Minister of Revenue recently introduced a new tax Bill. CA ANZ will be making a submission to Parliament and welcome feedback and thoughts from members...

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