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News - 26 11 2015
The tax system gives those with more than one source of income the ability to choose the rate at which secondary income is deducted by the employer. But if you don’t make the right choice, you can end up having either too much, or too little tax deducted. There’s an IRD form you use to do this. It’s an IR330, and you can get it from the IRD website, an accountant, or your employer.
News - 12 11 2015
This article concentrates on Schedular Tax (previously known as WHT tax) on payments to contractors.
News - 02 11 2015
In this article, Stewart discusses a local business initiative being coordinated by CBEC to approach and negotiate with power supply companies as a collective, to reduce electricity costs in the Far North.
News - 15 10 2015
The common misconception about the new land transaction rules is that they only apply if a property is purchased and sold within two years. This is not the case. The new rules are in fact two distinct separate sets of rules – the property conveyance rules and the 2-year bright-line rules.
News - 01 10 2015
In this article, Dale provides information about cloud computing and what you should consider before appointing a cloud provider. The benefits are discussed as well as security concerns and there is a checklist of what to look for.
News - 17 09 2015
Not-for-profit Boards of Trustees need to be considering now what their key performance indicators are, as they will have to include these in their financial reports.
News - 03 09 2015
The list, tabled by Michael Woodhouse MP, of proposed high-risk workplaces for the Health & Safety at Work bill.
An update on the new legislation, now passed into law, known as the Health & Safety at Work Act 2015.
Recent media and political hysteria and squabbling about the relative risks of worm and cattle farming has done nothing to inform small business owners as to their emerging responsibilities, not to advance the cause of workplace safety.
News - 20 08 2015
In our article a couple of weeks ago we explained that companies with turnover of less than $30 million no longer have to comply with the Financial Reporting Act.
This was a Governement initative to reduce the red tape for small businesses. It was designed to reduce the burden of financial reporting. Large businesses, or businesses with external shareholders still have to comply with the Financial Reporting Act, which is designed to provide adequate information to the shareholders and other stakeholders.
This doesn’t mean that small businesses do not have to produce financial statements, but that they can just report a simplified version.
News - 13 08 2015
change to IRD mileage rates
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