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A cash flow forecast is an important tool for business planning. And right now, understanding the cash coming in and going out of your business is vital.A cash flow forecast will show you how long your business can continue to survive on current sales levels, by showing you ...
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The end of the tax year is upon us, so this is a quick reminder that your terminal tax payment is due on 7 April.If cashflow is a problem and you’re not confident in your ability to make your payment, please get in touch. We understand that the past 12 months have been ext...
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A surprise move to change tax deductibility on rental properties has come as a shock to property investors. Owners of investment properties can no longer offset loan interest payments against rental income when calculating how much tax they have to pay. This will apply to al...
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We’d like to highlight a number of changes that have come in since COVID-19 hit so you can sail as smoothly as possible into the new financial year....
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From April 1 2021, the adult minimum wage will increase from the current rate of $18.90 per hour to $20 per hour. There are 3 types of minimum wage — adult, starting-out and training. The adult minimum wage - applies to employees aged 16 years or older. The starti...
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Three steps to ensuring data is meaningful for your business

Raw data describes the facts and figures that a business processes every day. Over time, every business hoards a certain amount of data and it only becomes meaningful to a business after it has been processed to add context, relevance and purpose.For example, in a restaurant...
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Buying an existing business can be a great way to get started as a business owner, or to expand operations if you are already running a business successfully.Established businesses have already done the hard work of setting up a business, so you can get up and running on day...
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On 8 February 2020 the Government announced a new COVID-19 Short-Term Absence Payment (STAP) to support employers and self-employed workers. The STAP is available from 9 February 2020, through Work and Income, to employers for employees, and self-employed workers, who: need ...
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New legislation in NZ tenancy law brings in a number of changes for landlords and tenants. Below are some of the changes: Increasing rent - From 12 August 2020, rent increases are limited to once every 12 months. This is a change from once every 180 days (six months). R...
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