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The Master Tax Guide, New Zealand's most popular tax handbook, contains practical examples and concise summaries of legislation, cases and IRD rulings and statements affecting the 2016/17 and future tax years. Legislative changes and proposed changes in 2016 that are covered include: new rules allowing companies to "cash out" their tax losses from R&D expenditure a new residential land withholding tax on sales of residential property by offshore persons within two years of acquisition changes to apply GST to remote services supplied by non-resident suppliers simplifying the tax administration system as part of Inland Revenue's Business Transformation changes to the look-through companies rules to simplify the rules and reduce compliance costs changes to the provisional tax rules to increase certainty and provide for the more accurate and timely payment of provisional tax, and changes to the disclosure requirements for foreign trusts with New Zealand resident trustees.To order a one-off copy only or further information, please contact us by email support [email protected] call 0800 785 483.For the 2017 edition, purchases of this print copy will also include an archive CD and free access to the ebook.Note that the archive CD and ebook access icluded in this purchase is for the 77th edition only and is not part of the standing order.The Master Tax Guide, New Zealand's most popular tax handbook, contains practical examples and concise summaries of legislation, cases and IRD rulings and statements affecting the 2014/2015 and future tax years. Recent legislative changes covered include: changes to the tax treatment of employer-provided accommodation, allowances and other reimbursement payments paid by employers to employees new rules for New Zealand residents with interests in foreign superannuation schemes the tax treatment of lease payments changes to the deductibility of certain black hole expenditure clarification of the tax rules for deregistered charities clarification of the date of acquisition of land replacement of the tax rules for mining of specified minerals changes to student loan repayment obligations and the parental tax credit United States' Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act extension of the thin capitalisation rules.