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TJA Reacts: New Zealand’s Financial Secrecy Rating “Not Good Enough”

Tuesday, 17 May 2022, 6:09 pm | Tax Justice Aotearoa

New Zealand has been rated 53 out of 142 countries in the latest Financial Secrecy Index report produced by global organisation Tax Justice Network which examines countries’ laws around financial transparency, among other things. Glen Barclay, Chair of Tax ... More >>

TJA React To Revenue Minister’s Tax Principles Act

Tuesday, 26 April 2022, 3:56 pm | Tax Justice Aotearoa

Tax Justice Aotearoa (TJA) welcome the tax principles laid out by Revenue Minister David Parker this afternoon at the organisation’s Tax on Tuesdays event in Wellington. TJA says creating a fact-based tax system will help prevent and reduce economic inequality ... More >>

National's Proposed Tax Cuts "Destructive" - Tax Justice Aotearoa

Tuesday, 8 March 2022, 5:15 pm | Tax Justice Aotearoa

National’s proposed tax cuts announced at the weekend have been described as destructive by Tax Justice Aotearoa and not the way to address the real issues facing the country. “At a time when we are dealing with the pandemic and its aftermath, when we are ... More >>

Tax Justice Aotearoa Slams Uber's Irresponsible Tax Behaviour At A Time Of Stretched Public Services

Thursday, 18 November 2021, 11:59 am | Tax Justice Aotearoa

Tax Justice Aotearoa welcomes the report Estimating Uber's tax gap in Aotearoa published by the Centre for International Corporate Tax Accountability and Research in collaboration with FIRST Union and E tū,. Glenn Barclay, Chair of Tax Justice Aotearoa, says: ... More >>

New Zealand Must Take A Strong Stand In International Tax Negotiations

Thursday, 7 October 2021, 8:30 pm | Tax Justice Aotearoa

Ahead of negotiations tomorrow, Tax Justice Aotearoa is concerned about the international tax rules as 140 countries, led by the OECD and G20, edge closer to a new global tax deal, Tax Justice Aotearoa spokesperson Louise Delany says: “It is disappointing ... More >>

Scrap the Bright Line Cap

Wednesday, 17 March 2021, 4:44 pm | Tax Justice Aotearoa

Tax Justice Aotearoa supports the call from the Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand to scrap the five-year cap on the Bright Line test, so that investors who sell a residential property that is not their primary home pay tax on their profits. More >>

Tax Justice Releases Election Policy Recommendations, 12:30pm 4 August

Monday, 3 August 2020, 5:58 pm | Tax Justice Aotearoa

4 August 2020, Tax Justice Aotearoa (TJA) releases its tax policy recommendations in the ramp-up to the election. 12:30pm, GBLT2, Government Buildings, Pipitea Campus, Victoria University of Wellington Speakers: Louise Delany, TJA Chair; Paul Barber, ... More >>

Time To Tax Wealth As Well As Work

Monday, 29 June 2020, 6:24 am | Tax Justice Aotearoa

Tax Justice Aotearoa welcomes the forward-thinking in the Green Party’s Poverty Action Plan released today. “For too long, people who work have been contributing more to our country’s future through taxation than people with large amounts of ... More >>