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Farm Accounting: Tax Pooling

UHY Haines Norton Director and Farm Accounting specialist Mark Foster explains how tax pooling can be a good option for farmers struggling with cash flow. Farmers and the agriculture industry are particularly susceptible to environmental factors – arguably more than any other industry. Every year floods, droughts and other extreme weather over which they have no control

2017-10-02T08:53:40+00:00September 5th, 2017|Farm Accounting|

Staff News: August/September 2017

Last month we were sad to say goodbye to Receptionist Jane McGill. Jane was the welcoming face of our Henderson reception for more than eleven years. She always went out of her way to help people and worked tirelessly behind the scenes to make sure the office ran smoothly. We wish her the very best for

2017-09-05T16:20:37+00:00September 5th, 2017|The UHY Team|

Central Park Henderson Business: One Voice For The West!

Have you noticed the new logo for Central Park Henderson Business? Following the merger of the two West Auckland-based business associations Central Park Business Association and Henderson Lincoln Business Association, Central Park Henderson Business is now the united voice for local business owners. Creating a new logo was an important step in the merge process. The

2017-10-02T08:56:30+00:00September 4th, 2017|General|

Business Valuations: Selling Memorandum

UHY Haines Norton’s Business Valuations specialist Kerry Tizard explains what a Selling Memorandum is and why it is important to the business sales process. What Is A Selling Memorandum? A Selling Memorandum contains vital business information and documentation along with details of the unique features of your business. A Selling Memorandum contains all relevant business information and

2017-10-02T08:59:21+00:00September 4th, 2017|Business Valuations|

NZQA Focuses on Private Training Establishments

As you may have recently read in the news, the NZQA has ruled to withdraw accreditation for three business courses offered by the International College of New Zealand, affecting the studies of 100 international business students. The action is part of an increased focus by the NZQA on Private Training Establishments (PTEs) following the Government’s

2017-11-29T08:54:33+00:00September 4th, 2017|Education Provider Audits|

The BNZ West Auckland Business Hall of Fame Awards 2017

The BNZ West Auckland Business Hall of Fame Awards 2017 are being celebrated at a premier awards luncheon on Friday, 15th September. This year the awards will acknowledge the outstanding business achievements of Managing Director of Canam Construction Ltd, Loukas Petrou, and CEO of Autex Industries Ltd, Mark Robinson, as they are inducted into the

2017-12-20T10:59:37+00:00September 1st, 2017|Events|

Taxing Matters: August/September 2017

A summary of the latest tax changes relating to individuals and businesses. A Gisborne retailer has been sentenced to seven months’ home detention for hiding more than $1 million in cash sales from his accountant to avoid paying tax. This is a timely reminder that the IRD takes any attempt to avoid paying tax very

2017-12-20T11:15:47+00:00September 1st, 2017|Tax|

Residential Landlords: Navigating An Increasing Compliance Minefield

Many people believe they can save money by managing their rental properties themselves. However, with recent changes to the Residential Tenancies Act 1986 (RTA), and with more changes on the way, it is becoming increasingly difficult for landlords to keep track of the risks and compliance requirements, while still trying to maximise their investment return.

2017-10-02T10:17:44+00:00August 31st, 2017|Property Accounting|

Client News: New Zealand Journeys Wins Tourism Award

Congratulations to our clients New Zealand Journeys, who have been named “Inbound Tour Operator of the Year 2017”. The Tourism Export Council’s annual awards recognize excellence in tourism businesses, including sustainability, business systems and outstanding visitor experiences. The rigorous judging process examines multiple facets of the operators’ business, such as marketing activities, operations, communications, accessibility and

2017-12-20T11:00:04+00:00August 29th, 2017|Client News|