< Taxation (Annual Rates for 2020-21, Feasibility Expenditure, and Remedial Matters) Bill

Taxation (Annual Rates for 2020-21, Feasibility Expenditure, and Remedial Matters) Bill

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About this bill

This omnibus taxation bill sets the annual rates of income tax for the 2020-21 tax year, and has a number of proposals aimed at improving current tax settings within a broad-base, low-rate framework and modernising and improving settings for tax administration, the GST regime, KiwiSaver, and social policy rules administered by Inland Revenue.

Vote counts

63 ayes (supporters)
50 noes (opposers)
0 abstentions
7 absent

Vote outcome

Motion agreed to; Bill read a first time.

Member of Parliament responsible

Votes

Yes: Green Party 8 votes

Yes: Labour Party 46 votes

Yes: New Zealand First 9 votes

No: ACT New Zealand 1 vote

No: National Party 48 votes

No: Jami-Lee Ross Independent


All data
Bill Taxation (Annual Rates for 2020-21, Feasibility Expenditure, and Remedial Matters) Bill
Parliament 52
Vote date 24 June 2020
Reading 1
Success Yes
Reason A party vote was called for on the question, That the Taxation (Annual Rates for 2020-21, Feasibility Expenditure, and Remedial Matters) Bill be now read a first time.
Outcome Bill read a first time.
Vote type Party vote
Hansard status Draft
Ayes 63
Noes 50
Abstentions 0
Absent 7

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