The Treasury invites you to share your thoughts on the future of our tax system. Answer one of the three questions below for your chance to win up to $2,000
- How can tikanga Māori help ensure the tax system reflects what’s important to New Zealanders?
- What is the most pressing intergenerational challenge facing our tax system?
- How should the tax system promote the right balance between supporting the productive economy and the speculative economy?
You can present your thoughts in the form of:
- an essay of up to 2,000 words (excluding references)
- a video presentation of up to 5 minutes, or
- an A3 poster.
You don’t need to be a tax specialist to have a say. All New Zealanders are affected by our tax system; we believe that you have valuable ideas to share on how we could improve it.
Authors of the top five submissions will be awarded study grants of up to $2,000 and be flown to Wellington to present their ideas to a Treasury audience.
Submissions are due before 11.59pm on Sunday 15 July. Finals day will be held on Friday 7 September.
If you need inspiration before getting started, check out the Tax Working Group website.
For more information on the challenge, including eligibility requirements and how to apply, visit the webpage>
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org