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15 April 2020

There is a lot of information being circulated about COVID-19.We highlight below some of the current relief packages being provided by the New Zealand Government and provide comment to assist you in considering their appropriateness for farming businesses.

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02 October 2020

If a business owns or leases a vehicle that is used 100% for business, then they may be able to claim the full running costs of that vehicle as a business expense. Read more.

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01 October 2020

In the midst of COVID-19, many companies are undergoing restructures as a business recovery strategy. We at BDO break down the full restructure process here.

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28 September 2020

COVID-19 has brought about the want (and need) for many business owners to work from home.Business owners working from home can claim a portion of their household expenses in their business. The amount the business owner can claim is directly correlated to the portion of the home that is being...

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08 July 2020

The Māori Trustee (Te Tumu Paeroa) has established the Top-Up Māori Small Business Cashflow Loan Scheme to assist  Māori SME’s with the payment of core operating costs.For  Māori SME’s that have received the Government Small Business Cashflow Loan, they will now be able to apply for a further 50%...

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19 June 2020

Jenna’s Jackets Ltd is a clothing retailer. During Lockdown they were deemed to be non-essential and were unable to open. Jenna’s Jackets Ltd were not setup to offer online sales so they did not earn any revenue during that time. The Company employs three part time and four full time staff. Read...

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08 June 2020

As you may now be aware, the deadline for the current Wage Subsidy Scheme is tomorrow (Tuesday 9th June), with the Wage Subsidy Extension Scheme becoming available on Wednesday 10th June.To help illustrate how the Wage Subsidy Schemes may apply to your organisation, we have put together a case...

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01 May 2020

The Bill introducing the ability for taxpayers to carry back tax losses has flown through its second reading and we expect ratification into formal legislation imminently.

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07 April 2020

Our Māori Business specialists provide commentary on how Iwi, Hapu and Whanau run businesses may each be impacted by COVID-19.

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