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Finance Minister Steven Joyce warns workers not to get hopes up for a Budget tax windfall

New Zealand Herald Friday, 19 May 2017 ()
Finance Minister Steven Joyce warns workers not to get hopes up for a Budget tax windfallFinance Minister Steven Joyce is talking down expectations of a windfall for voters in this week's Budget, saying people should not get too excited about what might be possible despite healthy surpluses in the years ahead.However,...
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News video: Finance Minister Finalsed Tax Rates For Goods Under GST

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A panel comprising federal and state finance ministers fixed the tax rates over 1200 items under the Goods and Services tax, amid demand by some states to keep essential items under the lower tax category. Under the new sales tax, rates will range from 5 to 28 percent, with 12 percent and 18 percent...

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