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Full Coverage: National's Tax Policy Announced

Full Coverage: National's Tax Policy Announced

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Key at National’s tax policy launch in Auckland National Party Tax Cut Policy Details Announced - National Party Leader Don Brash has unveiled a plan to significantly restructure the tax system, providing fair tax relief and targeted family assistance worth about $3.9 billion by the third year. See... Brash - Getting ahead with National & Brash Speech: Getting ahead with National.

  • National - National's tax plan given the nod by experts

  • Scoop Video: Brash Announces Tax Policy (raw file)

  • Raw Audio: Brash/Key Tax Policy (Full Speech & Conf.)
  • Cullen Accuses National Of Targeting Tax Cuts To The Selfish - Finance Minister Michael Cullen today discovered the details of National's tax policy. Mr Cullen gave a short speech and interview outside his office this afternoon and predicted that services would have to be cut back to make way for National's tax. See... Scoop Audio: Cullen Reaction To National Tax Cuts

  • NZ Govt - Unfair, unaffordable, unworkable and hypocritical

  • NZ Govt - National Party tax calculator misleads voters

  • NZ First - Peters: An Economic Plan For All New Zealanders

  • Green Party - National's tax bribe will fall flat

  • United Future NZ - Many still better off with UF

  • ACT- Tax cuts: simpler, flatter, faster - ACT

  • Progressive Party - National's tax cuts won't help living standards

  • Deloitte - Thomas Pippos on National's Tax announcements

  • Federated Farmers - Cancelling Carbon Tax A Good Idea

  • EMA - Nationals’tax cuts equitable, low compliance

  • Newmarket BA - Tax cuts great for Auckland cash registers

  • Business NZ - National's proposed tax cuts good for growth

  • EMA - Kyoto tax liability vital election consideration
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