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1 Jun 2017: information from their clients to ensure compliance with the United States Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA). ... AEOI will impose FATCA-like obligations on New Zealand law firms under agreements the New Zealand Government has entered into with
22 Apr 2015: New Zealand law firms with trust accounts are likely to be defined as “financial institutions” and could be subject to FATCA provisions. ... FATCA potentially has implications for the way New Zealand law firms with trust accounts conduct their
13 Nov 2019: FATCA has implications for the way New Zealand law firms with trust account conduct their practice. ... This Practice Briefing provides information on the regime to assist law firms with assessing their particular position and FATCA obligations.
14 Jul 2016: We have requirements related to matters such as FATCA (Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act) and the residential property bright-line test, and lawyers have taken these on board by putting appropriate
2 Dec 2016: 02 December 2016. Aboriginal law, 5th ed. Carswell, 2016. Access to information, 2nd ed. LexisNexis, 2016. Criminal law defences, 4th ed. Carswell, 2013. Kennedy-Grant and Weatherall on construction law : construction contracts and dispute
10 Mar 2016: The IRD guide outlines how FATCA applies to unit trusts, family trusts, trading trusts and charitable trusts. ... IRD says it will produce separate guidance on the application of FATCA to solicitors' trust accounts.
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13 Oct 2016: Page 2. PRACTICE BRIEFING:. FATCA AND NEW ZEALAND LAW FIRMS. What is FATCA? ... FATCA AND NEW ZEALAND LAW FIRMS. collected information is likely to be useful.
15 Jun 2016: The Law Society has been working with the Bankers' Association and IRD to clarify the situation with the US Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA). ... be less onerous than at first contemplated by the Practice Briefing FATCA and New Zealand Law Firms
21 Apr 2016: I await guidance from the New Zealand Law Society on how FATCA will apply in respect of such moneys.". ... Under the CRS regime law firms are likely to be classified as NFEs (Non-Financial Entities, very similar to NFFEs under FATCA).
13 Oct 2016: The bank would not be required to seek FATCA information in respect of such accounts for reporting purposes. ... It is further worth noting that many banks are combining their FATCA and CRS Self-Certifications.
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