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Te Wiki o te Tāke, The Week in Tax; latest lockdown developments, the Cullen Fund pays $2.3 billion in tax, and a higher tax rate to fund superannuation?
19th Sep 21, 10:56am
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Te Wiki o te Tāke, The Week in Tax; latest lockdown developments, the Cullen Fund pays $2.3 billion in tax, and a higher tax rate to fund superannuation?
Grant Robertson not keen to take up National's idea to extend tax rule change to help businesses with cashflow
17th Sep 21, 5:52pm
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Grant Robertson not keen to take up National's idea to extend tax rule change to help businesses with cashflow
Global researcher Capital Economics says if the rise in shipping costs is fully passed on this will boost consumer prices globally by about 2%
15th Sep 21, 11:19am
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Global researcher Capital Economics says if the rise in shipping costs is fully passed on this will boost consumer prices globally by about 2%
The fund established to help out with NZ future pension requirements increased its value by over $15 billion in the past year
14th Sep 21, 3:22pm
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The fund established to help out with NZ future pension requirements increased its value by over $15 billion in the past year
The Week in Tax; a new tax bill clarifies the GST treatment of cryptoassets, the latest lockdown developments, and Treasury's draft long term fiscal position briefing considers whether taxes need to increase
12th Sep 21, 12:40pm
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The Week in Tax; a new tax bill clarifies the GST treatment of cryptoassets, the latest lockdown developments, and Treasury's draft long term fiscal position briefing considers whether taxes need to increase
Small businesses could report banks to dispute resolution schemes and consumers take merchants to the Commerce Commission under the Government's proposals to regulate merchant service fees
11th Sep 21, 9:31am
Small businesses could report banks to dispute resolution schemes and consumers take merchants to the Commerce Commission under the Government's proposals to regulate merchant service fees
Government details more of its retail payments regulation plans including formal designation under law for Visa & Mastercard's networks, and regulating surcharging
10th Sep 21, 8:15am
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Government details more of its retail payments regulation plans including formal designation under law for Visa & Mastercard's networks, and regulating surcharging
Wanted: An enthusiastic full stack developer, with experience, to build out our very busy news website service, as an integral member of our senior team
9th Sep 21, 4:49pm
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Wanted: An enthusiastic full stack developer, with experience, to build out our very busy news website service, as an integral member of our senior team
Dairy company Synlait has reached a sale-and-leaseback agreement on its Mangere property that it paid $12.4 mln for in 2017
9th Sep 21, 10:10am
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Dairy company Synlait has reached a sale-and-leaseback agreement on its Mangere property that it paid $12.4 mln for in 2017
Dairy company Synlait is signalling the cutting of perhaps 200 staff, through which it aims to save $10 mln-$12 mln a year
8th Sep 21, 9:22am
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Dairy company Synlait is signalling the cutting of perhaps 200 staff, through which it aims to save $10 mln-$12 mln a year
The Covid Alert Level split between Auckland and the rest of NZ could see delays and shortages of goods in some parts of the country, Westpac economists say
6th Sep 21, 2:02pm
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The Covid Alert Level split between Auckland and the rest of NZ could see delays and shortages of goods in some parts of the country, Westpac economists say
The Week in Tax; latest lockdown developments, more on allowances from Inland Revenue. And could a tax forgiveness programme help SMEs hit by Covid-19?
5th Sep 21, 9:03am
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The Week in Tax; latest lockdown developments, more on allowances from Inland Revenue. And could a tax forgiveness programme help SMEs hit by Covid-19?
ASB and Westpac to waive debit card contactless merchant fees for SMEs until the end of October
3rd Sep 21, 10:00am
ASB and Westpac to waive debit card contactless merchant fees for SMEs until the end of October
BNZ the first major bank to waive contactless debit transaction fees for SMEs since NZ returned to lockdown
2nd Sep 21, 2:47pm
BNZ the first major bank to waive contactless debit transaction fees for SMEs since NZ returned to lockdown
Finance Minister Grant Robertson pressures banks to waive contactless payment fees, is unsupportive of National's commercial rent subsidy proposal, and says a pilot for re-opening the border may be delayed
2nd Sep 21, 1:59pm
Finance Minister Grant Robertson pressures banks to waive contactless payment fees, is unsupportive of National's commercial rent subsidy proposal, and says a pilot for re-opening the border may be delayed
Country's major banks not repeating 2020 waiving of contactless debit fees for business customers
1st Sep 21, 11:25am
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Country's major banks not repeating 2020 waiving of contactless debit fees for business customers
The Week in Tax; the latest lockdown developments, Provisional tax and GST are due, the perils of making distributions to overseas beneficiaries, and reflections on the late Sir Michael Cullen
29th Aug 21, 10:40am
The Week in Tax; the latest lockdown developments, Provisional tax and GST are due, the perils of making distributions to overseas beneficiaries, and reflections on the late Sir Michael Cullen
a2 Milk Company remains 'confident in the underlying fundamentals' of its business after seeing profits slashed by nearly 80% in the latest financial year
26th Aug 21, 10:31am
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a2 Milk Company remains 'confident in the underlying fundamentals' of its business after seeing profits slashed by nearly 80% in the latest financial year
Air New Zealand cites uncertainty around the current lockdown as it reports pre-tax losses of $440 million for the financial year to June 2021
26th Aug 21, 9:22am
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Air New Zealand cites uncertainty around the current lockdown as it reports pre-tax losses of $440 million for the financial year to June 2021
Mark Tanner traces Unilever's clever marketing of its Magnum icecream product in China, and how it was undone by a product that delivered different ingredients to what savvy consumers expected
25th Aug 21, 5:02pm
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Mark Tanner traces Unilever's clever marketing of its Magnum icecream product in China, and how it was undone by a product that delivered different ingredients to what savvy consumers expected
Official guidance about workplace activities at different alert levels
24th Aug 21, 10:07am
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Official guidance about workplace activities at different alert levels
Financial Markets Authority formally warns online investing platform Sharesies for failing to have sufficient anti-money laundering procedures, policies, and controls in place
23rd Aug 21, 11:07am
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Financial Markets Authority formally warns online investing platform Sharesies for failing to have sufficient anti-money laundering procedures, policies, and controls in place
The Week in Tax – back in lockdown. So what support is available from the Government and what actions are Inland Revenue taking in relation to working from home allowances?
22nd Aug 21, 8:40am
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The Week in Tax – back in lockdown. So what support is available from the Government and what actions are Inland Revenue taking in relation to working from home allowances?
Since the start of the pandemic, global supply chains have been under severe stress from logistics snafus and things are getting worse. This is embedding in a substantial inflationary impacts
21st Aug 21, 9:46am
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Since the start of the pandemic, global supply chains have been under severe stress from logistics snafus and things are getting worse. This is embedding in a substantial inflationary impacts
David Mahon explains what is really going on in China as they rein in their tech industry, and try to reform their education sector. It's a story of adaption and missteps, with Beijing trying to keep companies within the state's social controls
20th Aug 21, 7:56am
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David Mahon explains what is really going on in China as they rein in their tech industry, and try to reform their education sector. It's a story of adaption and missteps, with Beijing trying to keep companies within the state's social controls