New Zealand Taxation 2015 Principles, Cases and Questions

Alley, Clinton and Coleman, James and Elliffe, Craig and Gousmett, Michael (2015) New Zealand Taxation 2015 Principles, Cases and Questions. Thomson Reuters, Wellington, New Zealand.

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New Zealand Taxation has been used in all New Zealand Universities and most Technical Institutes throughout New Zealand since 2004. Originally written by Clinton Alley, Andrew Maples, and John Veal, this book now has 27 chapters covering all aspects of taxation in New Zealand. It is designed to elucidate the most complex and problematic law written in New Zealand, and to build a framework on which the different taxation concepts can be understood. Rather than simply restating the law, it explains taxation policies and procedures and critically evaluates taxation regimes as well as providing cases, review questions, references and further reading lists. It is a comprehensive, research based book, written by academics and professionals with life time experiences of taxation.

Item Type:Book
Keywords that describe the item:taxation, legislation, New Zealand
Subjects:K Law > K Law (General)
Divisions:Schools > Centre for Business, Information Technology and Enterprise > School of Business and Adminstration
ID Code:3866
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Deposited On:15 Sep 2015 03:46
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