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23 July 2021

The R&D Tax Incentive application deadline is fast approaching in August. Read more about the application process and what’s involved in General Approval.

21 July 2021

BDO Rotorua sponsored Kiwi athlete, Sam Osborne, whose NZ home base is here in Rotorua, took out first place the 12th XTERRA Beaver Creek off-road triathlon last week in Colorado, USA. This was the first time Sam has won this event and the outstanding placing marks 16 career wins on the XTERRA...

12 July 2021

Customers of software-as-a-service (SaaS) licences may have historically capitalised certain costs associated with the implementation as intangible assets. However, new guidance has recently been issued that brings this treatment under the microscope, and in many cases clarifies that such...

09 July 2021

The Incorporated Societies Bill is well on its way to being refreshed and brought into the modern governance and reporting framework 113 years after the current legislation was first enacted.  Submissions have now closed with an expected report due by the Select Committee on 6 October 2021.

01 July 2021

Read all the latest articles relating to 30 June 2021 financial statements, clarification for accounting for deferred tax and so much more.

28 June 2021

Entities will be aware that on 24 May 2021 the Holidays (Increasing Sick Leave) Amendment Bill (the “Bill”) gained royal assent and came into effect as an act in New Zealand. The Bill will increase the minimum amount of paid sick leave entitlements to which an employee is entitled from five days...

24 June 2021

What we now know: Proposed restrictions to interest deductions on residential investment propertiesIn March of this year, the Government announced an extension of the Brightline test for taxing residential property sales from 5 –years to 10-years, albeit with an exclusion for “new builds” (yet to...

14 June 2021

Recent changes to the way we work have been driven by large-scale events, changing attitudes and social pressure for demonstrated accountability - forcing organisations to redesign workforces that are centred on deliberate design and requiring a new set of skills and effective change management...

08 June 2021

As part of our series celebrating the 100 year anniversary of BDO Gisborne, in this article, we take a look at the growing demand for audit services in the region.

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