Tax Working Group is unlikely to agree on a capital gains tax regime

Jenny Ruth
Wed, 21 Nov 2018

By Jenny Ruth Nov. 21 (BusinessDesk) - The 11-member Tax Working Group is unlikely to be able to meet its key task of designing a capital gains tax because the group can’t agree on it, says former Inland Revenue deputy commissioner Robin Oliver. Those who read the group’s interim report, released in September, “will find that on these issues we often come to options, we don’t come to conclusions", Oliver said in a speech to the recent conference of SIFA, a group which represents independent financial advisers. “The aim is to come to co...

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