Carolyn Palmer

Industry heavyweights to judge young tax professionals’ ideas

Industry heavyweights to judge young tax professionals’ ideas Lee Stace

Four young tax professionals will present and debate their ideas for the future state of the tax system with respected industry figures in Wellington in October – and come away with an inflated bank balance. The Tax Policy Scholarships Charitable Trust (TPSCT) is running a competition for young tax professionals working in the public and…

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IMF figure debates global policy with future NZ tax leaders

IMF figure debates global policy with future NZ tax leaders Lee Stace

Hamish Cameron (left) was among those who got the opportunity to rub shoulders with the Michael Keen from the IMF. Photo: Jane Ling Around 40 young aspiring tax policy leaders discussed and debated global tax policy issues with the deputy director of the International Monetary Fund’s fiscal affairs department while he was in New Zealand…

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Future NZ tax leaders to debate global policy with IMF figure

Future NZ tax leaders to debate global policy with IMF figure Lee Stace

A select group of future New Zealand tax policy leaders will discuss and debate global tax policy issues with the deputy director of the International Monetary Fund’s fiscal affairs department this week. Michael Keen (pictured), as the 2014 Robin Oliver Tax Policy Scholarships visiting lecturer, will engage with 50 young tax professionals from the public…

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Carolyn Palmer wins Tax Policy Scholarship in 2013

Carolyn Palmer wins Tax Policy Scholarship in 2013 Lloyd Evaroa

The 2013 Robin Oliver Tax Policy Scholarship study award, worth $30,000, has been granted to Carolyn Palmer, a senior tax policy advisor with Inland Revenue.

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