New Zealand Master Tax Guide 2019
The 2019 New Zealand Master Tax Guide is the essential resource for anyone who needs to understand, apply and comply with our complex tax laws. The Guide covers all areas of New Zealand tax law and includes practical examples to help explain how concepts are applied in practice. ... read full description below.
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The 2019 New Zealand Master Tax Guide is the essential resource for anyone who needs to understand, apply and comply with our complex tax laws. The Guide covers all areas of New Zealand tax law and includes practical examples to help explain how concepts are applied in practice. Key features include: Complete analysis of tax topics in each section. Concise summaries of legislation, cases and Inland Revenue rulings and statements affecting the 2018/19 and future tax years. Practical examples to illustrate how common tax scenarios are applied in practice. Tax calendars set out when payments are due. The dates and rates sections allow the rate of tax thresholds, interest rates and depreciation rates to be worked out. Topic index, case table and section finding list for easy research. As well as the comprehensive guidebook, you also receive: a free copy of New Zealand Depreciation Rates a free eBook version of the New Zealand Master Tax Guide. New in this edition: The 2019 New Zealand Master Tax Guide will ensure you are up to date with the latest changes in tax, including: the new rules for ring-fencing residential property losses the new GST regime for low-value imported goods changes to the collection of employment and investment income information (including the introduction of payday filing) reforms to the taxation of employee share schemes extension of the "bright-line" period for residential land from two to five years proposed changes to modernise the tax system by simplifying rules and processes proposed introduction of new research and development tax incentives.
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