|Canterbury Branch AGM followed by certificate presentations||11.45am|
Nomination forms are available online and must be lodged by email to email@example.com no later than 5pm on Wednesday 25 October 2017. Late nominations delivered in person by the opening of the AGM at 11.45am on Thursday 26 November 2017 will also be considered.
Dr Michael Gousmett
Having completed his Doctoral thesis in 2009, The Charitable Purposes Exemption from Income Tax: Pitt to Pemsel 1798-1891, Dr Gousmett has since researched and published on the history of charitable fiscal concessions in New Zealand, and is continuing to build on his research as an independent researcher and public historian. With twenty-five year’s sector experience as a practitioner as well as a researcher, Dr Gousmett believes that the time is long overdue for a review of charity and tax law in New Zealand and of the fiscal concessions which are now being taken advantage of by trading charities to an extent he believes Parliamentarians never foresaw
Michael will provide an update on my research activities, including: commercial charities and taxation: DHBs, the capital charge and public private partnerships; and a fascinating old charity law case from one hundred years ago.
Christchurch Golf Club
45 Horseshoe Lake Road
11:45 am - 01:15 pm
26 Oct 2017
The Christchurch Golf Club