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Mr Robertson is unlikely to build a consensus for a tax on capital gains. Pictures: Snow blankets South Island towns as winter hits. Waihi Gold mine gives Hauraki locals jobs following Covid Person seriously injured, road closed after separate crashes across North Island. To try and eradicate that long-held shibboleth, Mr Robertson has called for a "national conversation" to answer the question which the country has refused to ask β€” namely what makes New Zealand so different from other similar-sized economies that, unlike them, it has no need four capital gains tax regime? Securing even a modicum of public buy-in to any capital gains tax is something that can only be done in tiny, incremental steps. Once you realise that, the argument for such a tax becomes compelling. New Zealand. As much as Mr Peters now wishes to be seen as a "constructive" figure in the three-party governing arrangement, he could just as quickly revert to type. Show Ad Close Ad. He also has another. One thing is for sure though. Or do they put up a tame measure which Middle New Zealand will buy, if still somewhat reluctantly? Mr Robertson must keep his powder dry for the nitty-gritty of negotiations in the back rooms of the Beehive. He might well seek exemptions for small businesses where capital has been built up by the owner to provide a retirement nest egg on the sale of the enterprise. Mr Roberson could live with that. It will require the Finance Minister getting out of Wellington at any and every opportunity. The winner is likely to be the one who succeeds in framing the argument on their terms. No matter if it likely raises little revenue. And when he has finished doing that, he needs to consult and listen a bit more. Heavy snow closes South Island roads as winter blast hits the country.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} It is a fear which National will exploit to the hilt β€” and ruthlessly and shamelessly. Eruption survivors threaten to sue White Island Tours. John Armstrong's opinion: Labour's capital gains tax push is political Russian roulette. Hamilton woman raising 10 grandchildren on her own 'overwhelmed' as donations flood in. That stance will not damage Simon Bridges one iota, however. Prior to the last election, Winston Peters was emphatic that a capital gains tax was off the negotiating table as far as his party was concerned. John Armstrong. Ignore the opinion polls which have generally spoken in unison in showing a small majority of voters apparently backing the introduction of a capital gains tax. The answer is that Labour has long had a love-hate relationship with the concept of a capital gains tax. John Armstrong, Columnist. Many in that segment of the population will be middle income earners. Meet the Christchurch woman doing acts of kindness in her community for annual 40 Hour Famine. What matters is getting some version into the statute books. What you need to know straight to your inbox, 7am every weekday morning. Source: 1 NEWS. John Armstrong: Donald Trump will be a one-term president for these reasons. It requires that he listen, listen and listen. You're all set to receive the Morning Briefing. It requires that he consult, consult and consult. That party has long included a capital gains tax amongst its manifesto commitments. US officers suspended after video shows them violently shoving man, 75, to ground at protest. A group looking at our tax system has put two options on the table. No matter that if it is easy to avoid. Mr Bridges will paint any capital gains as a tax on aspiration and achievement. Mr Peters would probably demand that second houses purchased prior to the implementation date for any capital gains tax would be exempt from that tax. Auckland barber says Covid testing facility outside his shop is scaring customers away. He argued that such taxes did not work; that they were unfair if they did not compensate tor capital losses as well as taxing gains; that such taxes could take up to seven years before they started to generate worthwhile levels of revenue; and that putting a hold on immigration was far more effective in reducing pressure on the local housing market. That will cut no ice with those who fear they might be facing a very unwelcome tax bill, if not now, then in the future. Given all that, the obvious question is why is Labour playing the political equivalent of Russian roulette with a pistol whose every chamber is seemingly loaded with a bullet. Forecast Maps. Should they pursue their preference for a tax which might make a major contribution if not in reducing the gap between rich and poor, but which might see Labour crash and burn? In orders to soothe the nerves of his Labour colleagues, Mr Robertson needs to dispel the notion that flirting with a capital gains tax is the kiss of death for any politician. The bottom line, however, is that feuding over the desirability of a capital gains tax would be catastrophic for both Labour and New Zealand First β€” and Mr Peters well knows it. He knows it will likely prove difficult to get even the weakest, meekest version of a capital gains tax up and running. What Mr Peters has to work out is whether he can secure more kudos from being seen to soften the legislation which Mr Robertson puts on the table instead of imposing a blanket veto. That said, bringing such a change to the tax system to fruition remains pretty much mission impossible. The respondents in such polls tell pollsters what they think is the right or responsible thing to say. Jacinda Ardern made a hash of tax during the last election campaign. Robertson should have few problems getting the Greens to come on board. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}It is likely that Mr Robertson will still be immersed in what will be high stakes discussions with New Zealand First and the Greens centred on the favoured design β€” or designs β€” put on the table by the Cullen review. Andrew Little dumped the policy as fast as was humanly possible during his tenure in that role. No matter whether it is feeble in effect. The New Zealand First Leader said a capital gains tax doesn't work, and that they would oppose such measures. For his part, Mr Robertson knows that income tax cuts and other sweeteners will inevitably be required to buy public acceptance of a capital gains tax. He knows he is going to have to contemplate compromises and concessions in order to buy the backing of New Zealand First. School counsellors call for more funding for increased staffing as demand surges post-lockdown. Well might he give assurances that the overwhelmingly majority of New Zealanders will not have to pay a single cent in capital gains tax. Embarking on such a course of action remains no less daunting, however. The answer is that there is no difference. Mr Robertson will pitch his promotion of such a measure in terms of fairness. So why go to the bother of constructing one? Or rather would have been, but no longer. No matter the end product is riddled with inconsistencies.