Treasury urges govt not to rush on tax review, supports Reserve Bank PTA changes

Sophie Boot
Thu, 07 Dec 2017

By Sophie Boot Dec. 7 (BusinessDesk) - The Treasury warned the government's planned review of the tax system will be too rushed and suggested it extend the timeframe along with other reviews of New Zealand's monetary and fiscal policy settings. Last month, the government announced former Finance Minister Michael Cullen will lead the tax working group, tasked with brainstorming a fairer and more balanced tax system. It will come up with a series of recommendations by February 2019 which the government will then use to inform its policy dir...

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