So if the government reduced income tax to zero, it wouldn't need to be funded?
Beautiful evening where I am and I'm currently enjoying a Garage Project Fuzz Box.
Won't the shortfall be with Auckland Council? I think the regional fuel tax payments go from the consumer to the council?
Thanks - hadn't thought of that.
How will they manage this without buying carbon credits when only 80 something per cent of the electricity supply is from renewable sources?
Fair enough, I'm not sure where the original quote comes from but I am a fan of "roughly right rather than precisely wrong" or something along those lines.
I think $100,000 per unit is a bit optimistic.
Hundreds of millions sounds like a lot? Some rough numbers: - 200 school days per year - $5 per lunch - $1000 per student per year - $100m would buy lunches for 100,000 students Are there hundreds of thousands of school kids getting a $5 lunch everyday? Or...
I think you misunderstand how to measure an LVR. If it is 60% you need 40% deposit. Increasing it to 80% means you only need 20% deposit, while making it 180% means that you can borrow the full value of the property and get an extra 80% on top to do what ...
I alsoh the reference to this being the same as post GFC and CHC earthquake but I actually don't remember what the equivalent package was then. If anybody does remember I would be I interested in the details.
I'm interested in the answer to this question as well.
I'm sure that pharmac don't use $10,000 as the economic value of a life in their modelling. I'm guessing that the number they use is $10,000,000 and it has been misread or misunderstood somewhere along the way.