CGT comes with costs, may not deliver
A Bell Gully event hears two members from the minority view on the Tax Working Group explain why a broad, pure capital gains tax is problematic.
Mortgage rates falling as economy slows
Kiwibank’s chief economist explains why homeowners with mortgages can look forward to lower interest rates.
A new frontier for employment law
Bell Gully’s Liz Coats says Fair Pay Agreements - among the biggest changes to employment law in a decade - face a tight timeframe to be in place before next year’s election.
How tax pooling works for everyone
Chris Cunniffe explains tax pooling at a barbecue to a plumber and his fishing partner who is the CFO of a big chain of clothing stores.
Tax Working Group faces capital gains complexity
Members of the Government’s Tax Working Group have outlined the challenges in NZ pursuing a Capital Gains Tax.
Disrupting the bankers
Nikki Mandow takes a look at the top 10 changes to expect in the banking industry in 2019-2020.
What the PSA decision means for NZ
Bell Gully’s Tim Smith tells Nikki Mandow how the court’s rejection of a key ‘floodgate argument’ in the PSA decision has repercussions.
Inside NZ’s ‘reprehensible’ shopping trucks
Trucks piled with overpriced food and clothing are cruising NZ’s poorer suburbs preying on vulnerable consumers.