Is tax the ticking time bomb of our generation? That is the focus of this lecture hosted by the University of Auckland Law School.
Featuring a panel of tax experts, this seminar will discuss current and pressing tax issues such as tax and the property market, wealth tax, the government’s indebtedness, and the impending tax dilemma of higher marginal rates and keeping entity taxes the same.
The panelists will attempt to answer key questions around tax such as do we need more tax? Can tax help the runaway residential property market? And is reducing taxes on the wealthy a discredited theory?
Craig Elliffe – Professor of Law at the University of Auckland.
Julie Cassidy – Professor of Commercial Law at the University of Auckland.
Geoff Nightingale – Board member of PwC.
Terry Baucher – Tax consultant
Paul Dunne – Tax partner
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Disclaimer: The ideas expressed in this lecture reflect the views of the guests and not necessarily the views of The Big Q.
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