We are here to make the running of your business as smooth and rewarding as possible, which is why we have designed this workshop specifically for people who may be new to owning a business or find books a challenge.
In the November edition of Tax Talk we cover new changes regarding FBT and motor vehicles provided by small companies, the current IRD stance on vehicles taken home for security-purposes and potential tax changes looming both Internationally and on our doorstep.
Don’t let the Taxman become a major beneficiary of your family’s wealth. The potential tax damage wrought on trusts when the individuals who happen to be the settlors or trustees of the trust relocate overseas for a period.
Managing the growth phase of any business can be a daunting task. You need to add more services that compliment your existing portfolio and support your current client or customer base but finding that right fit can be hard.
New Zealand was rated as the easiest country for doing business by the World Bank in October 2016, edging out Singapore for the number one spot. Maintaining
this position is likely to be helped by recent long overdue (and welcome)
changes made by the IRD to reduce the complexity that has crept
into the tax rules for small to medium businesses over time.
A love of technology and housing have intersected; New Zealanders are using the likes of Airbnb and Bookabach to turn spare rooms, holiday homes and other spaces into extra cash. These online platforms make it easy to find and deal with short-stay tenants. The use of these platforms can, however, result in nasty GST surprises.