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Richard Beere Feb 17
She was so incredibly patient and he was so rude in this interview. She was informed with the studies and he was bringing up random case studies and anecdotal information with little relevance. I hated watching him. She was amazing.
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Dumcan Garner 5h
Happy thursday people. The proposed capital gains tax is a joke, this government has just committed political suicide, bring on the elections.
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Green Party NZ Feb 11
"If anyone thinks the Green Party could be making more progress in partnership with a limping, conservative 4th-term National Govt whose central policy was the slow erosion of public services they're beyond mistaken"
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WhakarauJK Feb 17
Simon complains Jacinda prepares for interview with FACTS. Duncan gets shown up by not being able to cite any evidence and is shown up by Chloe's well researched facts. It's just not fair if woman are going to use facts...
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Rev. Frank Ritchie 1m
CGT is a good idea. The debate shouldn't be yay or nay to it, it should simply be about how it's structured, to make sure it works well.
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André Hock 46m
472 Billion Aus dollars! Sky news beats our NZ fossil fuel lobby in pricing the needed emission cuts . These folks are so one eyed .
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Hamish Price 53m
Winston tells the House there was no significant debate in Cabinet on the Global Compact on Migration; he claims Cabinet delegated entirely to him to sign the Agreement. This treachery will be the end of his party.
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small stuff 2h
Average benefit to the NZ household = $34 per year.
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D. 3h
Twitter, who is worse - Simon Bridges or Matthew Hooton?
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Policy Progress 5h
The TWG has done well by ensuring cuts to personal income tax is at the core of Capital Gains Tax publicity. This is key if there is any chance of this getting across the line.
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Geoff Wade 3h
New Zealand gets slapped by Global Times: "New Zealand should desist from undermining China’s growing influence" by Yu Lei 于镭, chief research fellow at Research Center for Pacific Island Countries, Liaocheng University &
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Rod Emmerson Feb 11
The ban on smoking in cars... cartoon in today’s story:
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Igotta NumBum 56m
Idiocy of a CGT (example): You buy a home, and later sell to move overseas, you pay a CGT only on the gain between buy and sell price. You inherit a home, move in as a family home, then sell to move overseas, you pay a CGT on the total value of the home.
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Russell Harding 3h
UNAFFORDABLE HOUSING is an attack on the 'kiwi way of life' Mr Bridges. Denying there has been a crisis in the housing industry for 9 years has been an attack on the 'kiwi way of life'
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Brittany 3h
TBH I expected more out of the TWG in terms of creative alternatives & closing current tax loopholes. But then I looked at their purpose of tax as a means of redistribution of wealth and influencing/shaping behaviours, and I cant really say i'm surprised. Feels a bit lazy.
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Ayn Randy 4h
Rich people in NZ, their financial advisors and tax accountants right now
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Iain Lees-Galloway 19h
Hon. Dr. Nick Smith has been dismissed from the chamber twice in one day. Any parliament tragics out there who know if that has ever happened before?
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Bradley Nathan Coe 4h
Replying to @Zagzigger2
in the sense that it has locked most of us out of the and buying homes doesn't create any new jobs or invest actual capital into the economy
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Rhiannon Kate 3h
It would be great if we could stop changing the tax code in ways that fucks those trying to survive on minimum wage. If you're affected by CGT, you're lucky to be in a position where paying tax FROM A PROFIT ultimately doesn't affect your survival
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tweet hard or go home 46m
Replying to @simonjbridges
What would these experts know eh Simon?
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