Taxation (Annual Rates for 2022-23, Platform Economy, and Remedial Matters) Bill (No 2)

About this bill

Policy proposals in this omnibus bill fall into three categories; the first category is to set the annual rates of income tax for the 2022-23 tax year; the second category aims at improving current settings within a broad-base, low-rate framework to help ensure that taxes are fair and efficient and impede economic growth as little as possible; and the third category relates to proposals aimed at improving the settings for tax administration, the GST regime, KiwiSaver, and social policy rules administered by Inland Revenue.

Current status

Passed first reading 21 September 2022, now with the Finance and Expenditure Committee (currently before committee).
Submissions due 02 November 2022

Member of Parliament responsible
Bill type

Government bill

All data
Bill type Government bill
Parliament 53
Ref 164-1
Introduced 8 September 2022
First reading 21 September 2022
Select Committee Finance and Expenditure Committee
Public submissions due 2 November 2022
Divided No

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