Stuart Nash: Tax re-vamp a Red Letter Day for businesses

A veteran political reporter in Wellington unkindly suggested to my parliamentary office this week that he would be pleased to see the doors of Inland Revenue permanently closed.

He was joking of course, but he was referring to one of the most important government projects currently under way to help businesses, and ultimately the wider economy.

For four days last week, between Thursday, April 12 and Tuesday, April 17, most of the public-facing side of our Revenue network was temporarily closed to enable a changeover to a new IT system.

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