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Tax Complexity and the Capital-Revenue Distinction - Lessons to be Learnt from Two Recent New Zealand Cases
(University of Canterbury. Accountancy Finance and Information Systems., 2007)
Income taxation is complex. Complexity arises due to the nature of the subject matter as well as through the expression (drafting) of tax laws. In an attempt to address the second issue the New Zealand Income Tax Act has ...