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Slightly Correct Political Show Audio: Goff Lacks CGT Detail

Slightly Correct Political Show Audio: Goff Lack Detail On CGT

This Slightly Correct Political Show interviewed Hon. Phil Goff yesterday and as the mandate of the show states, we asked questions that hadn’t been asked before, and got answers not heard before.

Below are some links to a few snippets of the interview that you may find interesting, I think the point of most interest is that Phil Goff has no answer for what happens with his Capital Gains Tax when it comes to a business selling a property.

• Mr Goff seems to lack the information needed around CGT and business properties.

Click a link to play audio (or right-click to download) in either
MP3 format or in OGG format.


• In his own business dealings, Phil Goff has never used legal loopholes for his own gain.

Click a link to play audio (or right-click to download) in either
MP3 format or in OGG format.


• Phil Goff can see a reason why sometimes asset sales are okay.

Click a link to play audio (or right-click to download) in either
MP3 format or in OGG format.


• Phil Goff gives Pat a new answer phone message as the Prime Minister.

Click a link to play audio (or right-click to download) in either
MP3 format or in OGG format.

The Slightly Correct Political Show
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Phil Goff interview in full and Episode 10 to be uploaded Sunday 20th November at6pm.
AFTA award winning presenter Jeremy Corbett will be our other guest for Episode 10


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