The Guide covers all areas of New Zealand tax law and includes practical examples to help explain how concepts are applied in practice.
provides all the benefits of the highly respected book it is based on, with the added benefit of real-time updates and the convenience of an easy-to-use search facility to quickly find what you need.
The final section of each country tax guide sets out the double tax treaty and non-treaty rates of tax withholding relating to the payment of dividends, interest, royalties and other related payments.
The guide provides succinct yet comprehensive coverage of a wide range of tax topics for the tax generalist who needs to be kept up to date.
The easy-to-use format provides many practical examples and diagrams to "demystify" tax issues and it refers you to Inland Revenue source materials where applicable.
Students completing written work for Business School programmes are able to use APA referencing for books, journals and reports.
Use the New Zealand Law Style Guide to reference legislation and cases.
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Individual Country Tax Guides 2016/2017 The PKF individual country tax guides are a key reference tool which features the key tax aspects of each country featured.
Each guide addresses the major taxes applicable to business, how taxable income is determined, other related tax and business issues, and, the personal tax regime of the respective country.
Flexible study options allow full, part-time and intensive study during and after business hours.
The Master Tax Guide, New Zealand's most popular tax handbook, contains practical examples and concise summaries of legislation, cases and IRD rulings and statements affecting the 2011/2012 and future tax years. As well as the comprehensive guidebook, you also receive: a free copy of New Zealand Depreciation Rates, a free CD-ROM containing the entire guide and website links.
Textbook info: ACCY7003 - Taxation (REQUIRED) - Semester Two 2019 - Toi Ohomai BAM6005 - Taxation in New Zealand (REQUIRED) - Semester Two 2019 - WITT NDB6606 - 606 Taxation (REQUIRED) - Semester Two 2019 - WITT The New Zealand Master Tax Guide for Students provides students with a straightforward approach to New Zealand tax law that includes practical examples and concise summaries of legislation, cases and IRD rulings affecting the 2018/19 and future tax years. This edition covers all legislative and case law developments up to 31 December 2018, some of the more significant changes covered include: The New Zealand Master Tax Guide for Students provides students with a straightforward approach to New Zealand tax law that includes practical examples and concise summaries of legislation, cases and IRD rulings affecting the 2018/19 and future tax years.