Apple employs a group of companies located outside the US to avoid paying billions of dollars in US income taxes.
The Government says its crackdown on benefit fraudsters hasn't come at the expense of catching white-collar criminals.
The Government's increased thresholds for compulsory student loan repayments and KiwiSaver contributions come into affect today.
Tax changes coming into effect today are set to squeeze the pay packets of student loan borrowers and Kiwisaver members.
TV3's new current affairs show The Vote kicks off tonight with a debate about whether to tax unhealthy foods.
Cabinet met today and decided against pursuing the new measure, which would have taxed employers who give car parks to their employees.
The Finance Minister is backing a controversial move to make company car parks subject to fringe benefit tax.
Western Australian-based Alesco Corp has lost its legal challenge over a dispute with Inland Revenue.
If your job supplies you with a smart phone, then Inland Revenue (IRD) is looking at taxing your personal calls.
A leading economist has called for a flat tax in the Canterbury area to attract businesses and assist with the rebuild.
Some big multinational companies don't pay tax anywhere and bringing them into the net is a complicated global problem, the Government says.
Labour says the Govt's decision to raise petrol excise duty is to make sure it can achieve a budget surplus.
Petrol excise tax and road user charges will be hiked over the next three years to help pay for the Govt's motorway plans.
Commissions in both New Zealand and Australia want their governments to settle a long-running tax dispute.
Taxing fatty foods and fizzy drinks and subsidising fruit and vegetables could improve the diet and health of the nation.
The Reserve Bank has rejected submissions from banks for relief from new rules to guard against bank failures.
Labour's putting the pressure on multi-nationals to pay more tax in New Zealand and it wants the Government to turn up the heat.
The Government's considering whether New Zealand needs to toughen its tax laws.
Facebook and Google aren't cheating the system by paying tiny tax bills, an international tax expert says.
Facebook's New Zealand arm paid less than $14,500 in tax last year.
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