There has been a significant change in the financial reporting and audit requirements for charities which commenced from 31 March 2016 year end onward. This has led to much more onerous and prescriptive reporting requirements for Non-Profit organisations.
We have had a lot of success in reducing interest costs and penalties by using tax pooling and tax deposits. There are upcoming changes to the provisional tax regime which will reduce many individuals and trusts exposure to interest. These changes are set to take place from 1 April 2017.
Whether you’re trying to keep on top of the bookwork yourself, or you’ve hired an accounts/payroll administrator, there’s every chance you could improve the process to save you time and money, by using a bookkeeper who knows what they’re doing.
Staples Rodway Auckland has promoted three of its team from Senior Manager to Associate Director. Kaison Chang, Sonia Gaskin and Sachin Patel have received the promotions in recognition of their dedication and expertise.
A big thank-you to all of the people who contributed to the CanTeen Street Appeal on Friday and over the weekend.
Our teams in Auckland, Taranaki, Hawkes Bay, Wellington and Christchurch had a great time selling bandanas and collecting for this very worthy cause. Check out some photos from the day.
The change in standards brings a number of key questions for clients, practitioners and those in business – what will the impact be on your company? This webinar provides an overview of the following new standards released by the IASB.
In response to the growing need for New Zealand businesses to improve their cyber security, Staples Rodway Taranaki IT Director, Rob McEwan shares his tips to avoid the potential damage faced by many businesses.
When paying the IRD online it is important to get the details correct the first time. Even a small mistake can result in a time consuming and costly process to locate your payments in the IRD’s system and correct them, Business Consultant Heidi Pope explains her top tips to ensure payments are made correctly every time.