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Labour's tax plans leave workers out in the cold

Posted on 07 Jan 2005

Secret Treasury papers obtained by ACT under the Official Information Act show that the Finance Minister is considering a tax cut for companies but not f

Forecast shows tax cuts needed immediately

Posted on 14 Dec 2004
Economic forecasts released today by the Government show that tax cuts should be implemented immediately, ACT Leader Rodney Hide said today.

Working Kiwis have earned tax cuts now

Posted on 10 Dec 2004
ACT Leader Rodney Hide does not accept the National Party’s “slowly but consistently” message on tax cuts announced today.

Hide Tells National To Help Hardworking Families Squeezed By Labour

Posted on 25 Nov 2004
ACT Leader Rodney Hide is pleased the National Party is setting its sights on tax cuts but he says it needs to look beyond cutting the corporate rate to 30 cents in the dollar. “That’s Jim Anderton’s policy!”

Families $1,040 Worse Off Under Helen Clark

Posted on 09 Nov 2004
ACT New Zealand Leader Rodney Hide today accused the Labour Government of overtaxing hard-working New Zealand families, in light of new information that shows the average household is being taxed at over 46 percent of its income.

Trust The People

Posted on 06 Nov 2004
ACT Auckland Regional Conference; Saturday November 6, 2004

Tamihere's Tax Troubles

Posted on 14 Oct 2004
John Tamihere was interviewed on TV3 News, following allegations that he received a $195,000 payout from Waipareira Trust, without paying tax.

Depreciation Changes Must Be Canned

Posted on 13 Oct 2004

With media reporting that Auckland house prices are plummeting at a rate of almost $500 a day, it is imperative tha

Submission Deadline Must Be Extended: Newman

Posted on 28 Sep 2004

ACT New Zealand Deputy Leader Dr Muriel Newman today urged the Government to extend the deadline for submissions on proposed changes to residential prope

Labour's Greed Will Never End

Posted on 24 Sep 2004

So long as Labour is the Government, it will never have enough money – it will simply keep robbing hard-worki

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