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15 November 2019

Read more about fringe benefit tax on gifts to agri employees

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14 November 2019

For year ends 31 December 2019 and onwards, the long awaited new accounting standard regarding leases (NZ IFRS 16 Leases) comes into effect.NZ IFRS 16 is a nuanced accounting standard, with various practical complexities to navigate through. Many of these present themselves in property leases...

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07 November 2019

For year-ends 31 December 2019 and onwards, the long awaited new accounting standard regarding leases (NZ IFRS 16 Leases) comes into effect. NZ IFRS 16 significantly changes the way lessees will need to account for their most material leases, including property, vehicles, and heavy equipment.The...

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06 November 2019

The recent Global Connections conference, hosted by the Canterbury Employers' Chamber of Commerce and Export NZ, brought together New Zealand’s premier exporters and logistics specialists to discuss the big issues facing the sector.

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01 November 2019

Rewarding your employees with a Christmas gift is a great way to say thank you for all their hard work. It is important to be aware of the Fringe Benefit Tax (FBT) rules on gifts to employees. Read more about these rules.

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31 October 2019

Barry Soutar, Executive Director of Te Tira Toi Whakangao recently joined us at the launch of BDO’s Māori Business Survey Report in Tairāwhiti.

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30 October 2019

A tax bill released on 5 December 2018 will stop residential property investors from being able to offset excess deductions against their other income (for example, salary/wages or business income).  Instead, deductions will only reduce residential property income.

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25 October 2019

Business Continuity Plans are often overlooked, either dismissed as unnecessary. The reality is that they do offer little value, until you need one. In fact, you may never need one, but if you do, a well-structured plan could be the difference between a swift, pain-free recovery, and irreparable,...

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