Capital gains taxation for New Zealand: fairer and more efficient
01 Dec 01 |
NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF TAXATION LAW AND POLICY
Issue: Vol 7, no 4
NZ relied on a rather narrow income tax base. The disparity between taxable income and economic income is so great that the propgressive tax structure is more "imaginery" than "real" for many high income earners and wealth holders. This articles finds that a capital gains tax would vastly improve the NZ taxation system, providing fiscal adequacy, making it more efficient, certain and fairer.
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Paul is Associate Professor in Taxation Law, Flinders Business School, Flinders University, South Australia.
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30 September 2015