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July 7, 2010 New Zealand Taxation
A New Plymouth company director has been fined for two counts of failing to adequately declare his income. In his defense, the man partially attributed the omission to supposedly not understating the meaning of the “$” symbol.
On July 6th, Stephen Blackman, director and shareholder of Plant and Platform Consultants LTD, was fined NZD 1500 in addition to court costs on July 6th, for two charges of filing false or incomplete tax returns. According to the New Zealand Inland Revenue Department (IRD) Stephen Blackman failed to declare a shareholder salary of NZD 150 150 in the year 2007, and NZD 158 408 in the year 2008...Read More