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Technology & R&M, Accommodation allowances, team development, voluntary disclosures

 

The business of immigration, proof of intention, Budget 2017, PAYE changes and simplification

 

Provisional tax improvements, Perils of PPOA, targeted marketing activities, taxation of insurance receipts 

 

Trust reforms, importance of good bookkeeping, income derived from professional services, tax planning before 1 April 2017

 

Is your business cyber safe?, how do we treat feasibility expenditure, employee share schemes, IRD ruling

 

Winter blues tips, witnessing history, winding up a company, Labour's housing policy, FBT reminder

 

Changes to how SMEs pay tax, Holiday pay mishaps, Compulsory zero-rating of land, gross carelessness, review of foreign trusts

 

Employer provided carparks, changes to the IRD's administration system, structuring your business affairs, student loans - sharing with Australia

 

GST on foreign supplies, chanegs to closely held company rules, doing your own diligence, further cuts to ACC levies

 

What is the cost of your fixed term debt, the impact of "dairy", Land - themes of change, Trusts and shareholder continuity

 

Modernising New Zealand's tax system, holding a parent company liable for the debts of it's subsidiary, new tax bill, health and safety reform

 

Review of finance function, tax deductions, valuing diversity, attribution of personal services, International tax evasion

 

Reduced Financial Reporting requirements, tax payments - when received on time, tax residency

 

 
 
 

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