Finance Minister of New Zealand, Bill Inglish, and Minister of Inland Revenue, Peter Dunne announced that the government expects to obtain public feedback on proposed changes to simplify the tax system, and to offer citizens a more convenient system of management of tax issues. <Suggested ways to simplify the system paye (literally, "pay what you earn" – from the English., pay as you earn) and income tax returns for individuals and employees included in the discussions, "Simplifying the taxation." These issues are further included in a special online forum on which are shown short video clips about the current situation the Tax Office (Inland Revenue Department (IRD) and the possible changes. "budget for 2010 showed a significant rebalancing of the tax system of New Zealand during the transition from depletion to savings and investment," – said Inglish. "The government is now considering options for reforming the ways to manage the tax system to make it easier or more certain for taxpayers." "The proposed amendments also specify how citizens can independently manage the majority of their taxes, and rights to receive social grants, such as "Support to families by enabling them secure private rooms on the website Tax Office "- added Dunn. "In many respects it will resemble the Internet banking service, which will make the whole process easier, faster and easier for taxpayers." "At the same time, the government wants to make sure that the system of tax administration works efficiently and makes a profit "- continued Dunn. "Among the opinions expressed in the forum, it was suggested several ways to achieve this goal. The main idea – to emphasize that today the Internal Revenue Service New Zealand away from bureaucracy to use more client-oriented online technologies. " Forum will continue its work to receive comments from citizens to July 23, 2010..