BRACE YOURSELF - THE CAPITAL GAINS TAX DEBATE IS ABOUT TO GO NUCLEAR

"The Government shouldn't regard this as a take it or leave it proposal," says Tax Working Group chairman Sir Michael Cullen, who - perhaps more than anyone - understands the politically charged nature of the report he is about to...

nzherald.co.nz (Date:01/25/2019 16:24) Read full article >>

Related News about "Brace yourself - the capital gains tax debate is about to go nuclear" news from other sites: (news similarity rate is shown on left.)

22%
Hundreds demonstrate in Austrian capital against far right BERLIN (AP) — Hundreds of people are marching in downtown Vienna in a protest against the far right.Austria's APA news agency reported Friday that demonstrators carried signs with slogans directed a.. nzherald.co.nz >>
18%
Intel Analysts Debate: Should Investors Buy The Dip? Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC) reported mixed fourth-quarter results, which fell short of expectations on the revenue line while management's first-quarter revenue guidance also fell shor Lates.. benzinga.com >>
22%
Doomsday looms as misinformation, climate change and nuclear weapons threaten human existence The US-based team of scientists — including a board of 15 Nobel Laureates — say they have kept their annually-updated metaphoric clock at two minutes from potential Armageddon because of two threa.. Euronews-en >>
16%
Capital City: Stitt issues first executive orders By Ben FelderGood Friday morning!Gov. Kevin Stitt moved Thursday to bar state agencies from hiring outside lobbyists, and he instructed the state to sell the airplane servicing the governor's office... NewsOK.com >>
27%
Venture capital is really male and really really white — Arlan Hamilton wants to fix it Arlan Hamilton, CEO and founder of Backstage Capital, wants to see more color in venture capital. Backstage focuses on "investing in underestimated founders," making Hamilton one of the few pushing f.. TheNextWeb.com >>
Working:
Government PhotoGovernment: A government is the system by which a state or community is governed. In British English , a government more narrowly refers to the particular executive in control of a state at a given timeknown in American English as an administration. In American English, government refers to the larger system by