Tauranga Property Investors' Association
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29-06-2018 more >>
OCR remains at 1.75 percentStatement by Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr: The Official Cash Rate (OCR) will remain at 1.75 percent for now. However, we are well positioned to manage change in either direction - up or down - as necessary.
28-06-2018 more >>
Tax Working Group agrees property fairly taxedA Herald article and an Editorial published over the past week have suggested that property is undertaxed and rental property owners are able to buy property more cheaply than owner occupiers. Both these claims are wrong, but it is not the fault of the writers.
27-06-2018 more >>
Reports and DownloadsYou can now delete items from your Reports and Downloads list.
27-06-2018 more >>
The correct facts about tax and rental propertiesWestpac Economist, Dominick Stephens, says that property is more lightly taxed in NZ compared to other assets. He quotes a Tax Working Group study to make this claim. However financial consultants Morgan Wallace found large errors in the Groupâ€™s study and concluded that rental property is actually taxed more than other assets.
19-06-2018 more >>
Managing App Content WebinarA webinar covering making pages private, adding menu items, editing content, working with images.
18-06-2018 more >>
Annual AGMThis meeting will be our AGM with guest speaker Andrew King. Andrew has made a huge contribution to the property investor sector. He is an executive member of NZPIF, a successful author and is often in the media representing property investors. Andrew is a popular speaker so this will be a must-see event.
11-06-2018 more >>
Managing Website Content WebinarA webinar covering making pages private, adding menu items, editing content, working with images.
04-06-2018 more >>
Tax Working Group's property calculations questionedThe NZPIF made a submission to the Tax Working Group (TWG)who appear to have a directive to recommend a Capital Gain Tax in NZ.
01-06-2018 more >>