Organisation in a New Zealand Assignment

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Organisation in a Newzealand context
INTRODUCTIONThe report is based on an application ofTOWin an organisation. Treaty of Waitangi isan agreementwhich is made between Maori and British Crownin year 1840.Themainpurposeof treaty is to protect rights of Maori in order to keeptheir land,, treasures, fisheriesand forestprotected. In order to understand about Treaty of Waitangi more clearly a public servicedepartment which is Inland Revenue department has been taken in study. The three principles ofTOW has been explained in detail in the report which are principle of partnership, principle ofparticipation and principle of active protection. Also the report will highlight impact of TOWprinciple in a business. Treaty of Waitangi principles as well as its application withinorganisation has also been discussed. At last recommendation has been given in order to enhancetreaty of principle inclusion.Organization overviewInland revenue department (IRD) is public service departmentwhich is located atNewZealand, they are charged with advising government on disbursing and collecting payments, taxpolicy for collecting tax and social support programmes (Laws, Gemmell & Creedy, 2014). Thisdepartment islocatedin Wellington, New Zealand and accountable for collection of directtaxation, including national insurance capital gains tax, contribution, corporation tax, income taxand stamp duty. Organization is also responsible for administering of Tax Act, all matters relatedto collection and levy of direct as well as indirect taxes. They collect $63.4 billion in tax revenuewhich is more than 80 percent of fund that government usually used to pay for providingbeneficial services to all New Zealanders, including social welfare and protection, education andhealth. Otherservicesincluded community and housing development, law and order, culture andrecreation, heritage and transportation etc. Inland revenue department is manage several socialsupport programmes such asworking for families, paid parental leave, student loan debt, andothers.Child support Act 1991, parts of Kiwi Saver act 2006, Taxation Review Authorities Act1994, Income tax Act 2007, Gaming duties Act 1971, Products and services act 1971, Stamp andCheque duties Act 1971 etc. all these legislation are administered by IRD. Companyvisionis tobe the best and excellent tax administrator that play the essential role in promoting New Zealandstability and prosperity (Pega and et.al., 2014). They wants to be the top most revenue firm
recognized for excellence and services. Their mission is to collect taxes and revenue bydelivering the high quality services and to maximize voluntary compliances by protecting taxpayer rights. In 1878, they started out as Land tax department, after joining stamp Dutiesdepartment company is known as Inland Revenue department in New Zealand. Organizationcollect taxes in country at national level on behalf of government. People pay taxes or moneythrough online website and get benefits of transferring money easily. They are accountable forpayment of child benefit, in which firm provide funds to guardians or parents of teenagers,children's and sometimes young adults. They administrate different taxes that fall under theirauthority, collection of taxes is the main function and role of Inland revenue department innation. They provide the best services to customers and cater courteous and professional taxservices. IRD cater public with techniques that they can utilise for computation of tax on incomeearned by them. Firmgoalsis to achieve and encourage achievable degree of voluntarycompliances according to tax laws, advise public about their accountabilities and rights. Inlandrevenue department of New Zealand goals is to find out cause of non compliance and extent ofcompliance and implement new, effective and efficient ways of completing their mission. Theycreate corporate strategy and decision about where administration wants to spend money andhow allocate resources. They play vital role in improving and developing social and economicwell-being of new Zealanders. Organization is responsive in meeting increasing and changingexpectations of society as well as government.Relevance of treaty of Waitangi principlesTOWhas a set of principles. These principles has been expressed and is recognised by WaitangiTribunal and range of courts (Belmessous, 2018).Importance of principle of partnership: This principle is of great importance as it requiresgovernment to treat Maori and take action against them in good faith.Importance of principle of participation: It is important as it assures equal participation ofall including Maori.Importance of principle of active protection: This principle is important as it assures toprotect the rights of Maori.These all principles are needed to be considered as whole rather then treating themseparately as these principles overlap synergy. The main purpose of treaty was to makeandMaori people and British settlers to live in new Zealand under common law. The principle
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