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Cullen Reveals What Isn't In The Budget

Finance Minister Michael Cullen won't reveal details of the tax cuts in his May 22 budget but he has ruled out some of the options. Those are a tax-free income threshold and cuts to GST, he told the Institute of Chartered Accountants yesterday.

April Biggest Month Ever For Kiwisaver Sign Ups

The numbers signing up for KiwiSaver surged by 78,000 in April taking the total enrolments to 600,000. Finance Minister Michael Cullen and Revenue Minister Peter Dunne said in a statement that the surge was a huge response to the Government's enhancements to the scheme.

No Tax-free Income, No GST Cut In Budget

The upcoming budget will deliver some tax cuts for all, but those hoping for a "big bang" will be disappointed, Finance Minister Michael Cullen said today

Families Feeling The Pinch As Cost Of Living Soars

An increasing number of families are feeling the pain of high mortgage rates and the soaring cost of living, reports published today show.

PM Rules Out GST Relief

Prime Minister Helen Clark says tax cuts to be announced in next month's budget will deliver timely relief for families, and she doesn't think GST will be removed on food.

GST Unlikely To Be Removed, Tax Cuts Will Help Families - Clark

Wellington, April 28 NZPA - Prime Minister Helen Clark says tax cuts to be announced in next month's budget will deliver timely relief for families, and she doesn't think GST will be removed on food.

How Significant Is Dr Bollard's Use Of The Word `Significant'?

By Michael Daly of NZPA Wellington, April 24 NZPA - Just how significant is the word "significant"?

No Early Tax Cut, Cullen Indicates

Finance Minister Michael Cullen has given a strong indication that the Government's tax cuts won't start until April next year.

No Early Tax Cut, Cullen Indicates

Wellington, April 21 NZPA - Finance Minister Michael Cullen has given a strong indication that the Government's tax cuts won't start until April next year.

Changes To Charitable Donations

A system to allow people to donate to charities straight from their pay will start next year. Finance Minister Michael Cullen and Revenue Minister Peter Dunne today confirmed the Government would proceed with the voluntary payroll giving system.

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