Tax Talk Newsletter Autumn 2024

Reducing Spending by Identifying ‘Leakage’ With the darkening clouds on the horizon for business, discussion arises on unnecessary expenses – ‘Leakage’. This affects the farming sector with the sudden drops in the 2023/2024 dairy payout, where there has been a lot of discussion on what farmers can do to reduce their costs and avoid having to increase their overdraft limit. If we can ...

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Tax Talk Newsletter Summer 2024

  First steps for tax and income relief announced Finance Minister Nicola Willis on 20th December announced time-critical tax and benefit changes together with a commitment to delivering further income tax relief in Budget 2024. “The coalition Government is progressing a number of commitments to address the growing cost of living, deliver income tax relief and reduce the tax burden.  We know Kiwis ...

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Tax Talk Newsletter Spring 2023

Managing your Tax Obligations whilst Growing your Business We've heard it many times, there are two certainties in life - death and taxes. Everybody has to pay Tax. For the self-employed, paying taxes can potentially destroy your business unless you learn to manage it. So here are a couple of tips on how to manage your tax payments and at the same time ...

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Tax Talk Newsletter Winter 2023

Keep on top of slow payers Perhaps one of the most unethical and unfair things one can do in business is to not pay the bill when it should be paid. When you get a bill, you have received the goods or services and you hold the upper hand. There is little your supplier can do to get paid without it costing ...

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