Month: September 2015

Changes in the wind for LTCs…and not before time

By Shelley-ann Brinkley – 29 September 2015 The ink was barely dry on the legislative changes introducing the Look-through Company (LTC) regime back in 2010 before practitioners were voicing their concerns over the unwieldly nature of the rules and the fishhooks lying in wait for the unsuspecting taxpayer (and their advisor). The LTC rules were […]

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New Zealand’s Capital Gains Tax is Another Step Closer

By Shelley-ann Brinkley – 1 September 2015 The Government has added another string to its bow and has strengthened the arrow being aimed at New Zealand’s overheated property market. That string comes in the form of the proposed withholding tax on residential property sales.  Yet another acronym to contend with, the Residential Land Withholding Tax […]

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