Reduction to ACC Levies a Good Start
Reduction to ACC
Levies a Good Start
1 APRIL 2014
Reacting to today's
reduction of ACC levies which, according to ACC Minister
Judith Collins, will save New Zealanders $387
million per year, Jordan Williams, Executive
Director of the Taxpayers’
ACC levies are just one of many
taxes which ultimately land on kiwi households. Today's
reduction is a good start but there is a lot more to be done
to ease New Zealand's heavy tax burden.”
Government moves back into surplus Wellington's priority
should be to let taxpayers keep more of their money. If not,
the election is likely to turn into a taxpayer funded lolly
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