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Work and Income

The website has information for people who use, or may use, Work and Income's services. You can find out about getting work, income support or employing one of our job seekers. There are links to our own online vacancy and job seeker listings along with general information about Work and Income's role and activities.

Working for families

Working for Families is a government package that will put more money in the pockets of New Zealand's low-and-middle income families with children, and make work pay for parents who move off benefit into work. The total amount delivered by this package will build to $1.1 billion a year in 2007.

The New Zealand government business site. The information and tools on this site are designed to help you start, manage or grow your business and deal with the day-to-day challenges along the way.

ERS - Paid Parental Leave

This section brings together basic information about the rights and obligations of employees and employers in respect of parental leave. It contains the current parental leave entitlements, featuring statutory paid parental leave for birth mothers, their partners as well as adoptive parents.

OECD - Reports

As part of its continuing work on the taxation aspects of electronic commerce, the OECD has released a comprehensive set of reports and technical papers which illustrate strong progress toward implementation of the Ottawa Taxation Framework Conditions. Taken together, these reports represent a major step forward toward reaching an international consensus on the taxation treatment of E-Commerce.

OECD website

The OECD plays a prominent role in fostering good governance in the public service and in corporate activity. It helps governments to ensure the responsiveness of key economic areas with sectoral monitoring. By deciphering emerging issues and identifying policies that work, it helps policy-makers adopt strategic orientations. It is well known for its individual country surveys and reviews.

Policy Advice Division - GST and Imported Services

New Zealanders have become part of the global economy. As a result we are importing more services than when GST was designed. The development of electronic commerce will further increase the extent to which New Zealanders are able to purchase both goods and services from offshore.

Policy Advice Division

The Policy Advice Division of Inland Revenue advises the New Zealand Government on all aspects of tax law and reform and on social policy measures that interact with the tax system. We also draft tax legislation, forecast tax revenues, and negotiate, interpret and maintain New Zealand's network of double tax agreements with other countries.