Wells Fargo needs to atone for unscrupulous banking practices "Wells Fargo has become the poster child for why consumers need a strong watchdog in Washington keeping an eye out for unscrupulous banking practices and other financial scams. today‘ s billion dollar fine is an important development and a fitting penalty given the severity of Wells Fargo’s fraudulent and abusive practices."

For a New Zealand resident, any interest you earn whether from New Zealand or overseas sources will be included in your taxable income and will be subject to tax at marginal rates. A tax credit is generally allowed for any overseas taxes paid on interest derived from overseas.

If you hold investments in the UK and other overseas countries, the Transitional Resident rules can result in significant tax savings in your first four years in New Zealand. For more information, see here .

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Investment and business visas. If you have capital and the right skills, we can offer you dedicated investor and business visas that open up opportunities for you to settle, or at least spend considerable time here, enjoying all our beautiful country has to offer. It’s all part of our commitment to welcoming overseas investment.

Each of these countries have tax rates similar to New Zealand’s and the decision was made to allow New Zealand residents a credit for foreign taxes paid by the company. Therefore, applying New Zealand’s CFC regime to companies in these countries was judged to produce insufficient gain in investment allocation or revenue to justify the costs.

If you live and work overseas but rent out your New Zealand house, the IRD is proposing to change the rules to draw you back into a New Zealand tax liability. Your view?

Tax on investments and savings. You pay tax on income from all your savings and investments, whether they’re in NZ or overseas. Your tax rate is based on your income. All NZ citizens and residents pay either Resident Withholding Tax (RWT) or tax at the Prescribed Investor Rate (PIR) on income from savings and investments in New Zealand.

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Like most countries, New Zealand taxes its residents on income-earning assets that they hold in New Zealand and overseas. This includes interests in foreign superannuation schemes. A foreign superannuation scheme is a scheme created outside New Zealand to provide people with retirement benefits.

How to travel and retire comfortably In other words, how much do you need to retire comfortably? By now, you’ve likely heard the conventional wisdom: that you should aim to have a nest egg of $1 million to $1.5 million. Or that your savings should amount to 10 to 12 times your current income.

For foreign residents earning up to $87,000 the tax rate is 32.5 per cent. as Ireland and Australia have a reciprocal agreement in this area. You will also, however, need to purchase overseas.

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