Government names members of tax working group

Rebecca Howard
Wed, 20 Dec 2017

By Rebecca Howard Dec. 20 (BusinessDesk) - The government has named the members of the tax working group charged with reviewing the fairness, structure and balance of New Zealand's tax system with the first meeting scheduled for late January. Finance Minister Grant Robertson and Revenue Minister Stuart Nash announced the group - chaired by former Finance Minister Michael Cullen - which includes Craig Eliffe, a professor at the University of Auckland and Joanne Hodge, former tax partner at Bell Gully. It also includes Kirk Hope, chief exec...

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