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  1. As an addendum: I wonder if this sort of...

    As an addendum: I wonder if this sort of legislation will push more ma & pa PIs out of the market?

    And if they're lucky enough to re-take the Treasury benches, what are the gNats going to do about...
  2. They use the same make and brand of blinkers that...

    They use the same make and brand of blinkers that the Comrade-socio-commies in W'gton use.
  3. Look Over Here - Not Over There!

    From the perspective of PT Forumites, what were / are the problems that these measures were aimed at? (Were there any?)

    Looks a lot like window dressing by comrade Taxcindarella et al, than...
  4. Thread: Interest Rates

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    Sounds a bit like Davo's experience, in listening...

    Sounds a bit like Davo's experience, in listening to those who think they know better. (Or best.)

    They don't.

    That's all there is to it - plain and simple.

    Listen to and respond / react to...
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    Re-Appearing Nose-Dived Predictions

    <sigh> When will these self-appointed pundits give up?

    Never! Never, I say.
  6. Cashbook from Acclaim software. (monthly subs or...

    Cashbook from Acclaim software. (monthly subs or one-off fee)

    Quicken / Quickbooks (or whatever it's called now)
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    Three years and six months on and what are the...

    Three years and six months on and what are the signs for November 2019?
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    ROI+ vs ROV+

    Or the wrong calculator. ;)

    But what would the figure look like if one added together the purchase price, servicing costs, rates, R&M, insurance, personal effort expense and so on, ignoring the...
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    Much Nothing About Ado

    All the right things being said by the new incumbent;
    Whether or not future reality will bear witness to those words remains to be seen.
    Of course.
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    Don't Wait on the North

    Kerikeri has already gone mad and the infrastructure is not coping. Especially the roads. (I have a fried who's lived there for years)
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    But according to Dhil Twitford, that's just a...

    But according to Dhil Twitford, that's just a scenario he doesn't [non-]think will happen.

    Just like GST, of course the costs get passed onwards and downwards to the end consumer.

    Twitford et...
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    Yet another example...

    Yet another example of how codes of empire building do not work.
  13. Thread: Cry Me A River

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    Another One For Bindi To Keep Quiet About Real...

    Another One For Bindi To Keep Quiet About

    Real estate agent suspended after marketing earthquake damaged homes without sales agreements
    12 Nov 2019


    Interesting picture caption in the...
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    Not to mention the expense of installing things...

    Not to mention the expense of installing things most of which will never get used.

    See Peter's comments, here.
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    But, but, we can't have dignity of personal...

    But, but, we can't have dignity of personal ownership. No. That would remove people from what the current crop of socialist clowns want: dependency on them. (I.e. voting fodder at General Elections.)
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    Somewhere in amongst all this, is there not room...

    Somewhere in amongst all this, is there not room for 'market forces?'

    Why pay 50% more for a loaf of bread at the petrol station, than the supermarket?

    Perhaps because it's convenient?
    ...
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    Right, Keys! Herewith, Shammy spouts some...

    Right, Keys!

    Herewith, Shammy spouts some more:

    New Zealand wages growing after 9 pathetic years, but it feels like the last hurrah
    11 Nov 2019
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    Sure sounds muddled. A Trust is quite functional...

    Sure sounds muddled. A Trust is quite functional in the absence of a Will. If it's a discretionary Trust, then it would be odd that there's any contested consideration of a next-of-kin in relation to...
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    Home ownership at lowest level in 70 years,...

    Home ownership at lowest level in 70 years, economist says Baby Boomers to blame
    10 Nov 2019


    Shammy ignores the wage / price gap and instead blames the "baby boomers."
    Such it seems, is the...
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    MMP may have exacerbated the trend, but I don't...

    MMP may have exacerbated the trend, but I don't lay the primary blame with that change. The contest for the middle-of-the-road-political-spectrum thing started before MMP.
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    I think that you have implicity identified the...

    I think that you have implicity identified the problem.

    Once NZ had a left and right option.

    The conservative (gNats) and labour.

    A pro-business or a pro-labour.

    A blue or a red.
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    The notion is politically untenable - plain and...

    The notion is politically untenable - plain and simple.
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    #@*! You're an evil -ist of some sort, Paul. ...

    #@*! You're an evil -ist of some sort, Paul.

    Microagressionist?
    Dole basherist?
    Anti-Auckland-accommodation supplementist?
    Hatespeecherist?
    Must be some label you can be hung with, you vile...
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    What I was getting at: does this revamped...

    What I was getting at: does this revamped legislation treat trading and passive Trusts in different ways?

    While I agree that a Court challenge to a Will is easier than a Trust, the settlor needs...
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    Worth Noting?

    And certainly not something these easily-baffled-by-their-own-arrogance economic soothsayers predicted, either.

    Yes, I heard you. The crystal ball was at the cleaners.

    Yeah, right.
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