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19th Nov 20, 9:32am
The company that was New Zealand's first peer-to-peer lending firm has raised around $100 million from investors
The company that was New Zealand's first peer-to-peer lending firm has raised around $100 million from investors
19th Nov 20, 9:32am
15th Nov 20, 5:23pm
The Week in Tax: Briefing the new Minister of Revenue, extending the small business cash flow scheme, and should people paying for working from home pay higher taxes?
The Week in Tax: Briefing the new Minister of Revenue, extending the small business cash flow scheme, and should people paying for working from home pay higher taxes?
15th Nov 20, 5:23pm
11th Nov 20, 10:17am
Massey's Alison Brook investigates the current fad to decouple from globalisation. Are we about to jump from efficient but painful global settings into inefficient and even more painful policies?
Massey's Alison Brook investigates the current fad to decouple from globalisation. Are we about to jump from efficient but painful global settings into inefficient and even more painful policies?
11th Nov 20, 10:17am
10th Nov 20, 11:09am
Statistics New Zealand says spending on food and beverage services last month was the second highest in over 20 years following Auckland moving to Alert level 1 early in the month
Statistics New Zealand says spending on food and beverage services last month was the second highest in over 20 years following Auckland moving to Alert level 1 early in the month
10th Nov 20, 11:09am
9th Nov 20, 5:22pm
Cabinet agrees to extend Small Business Cashflow Loan Scheme by three years; Will consider making larger loans available
Cabinet agrees to extend Small Business Cashflow Loan Scheme by three years; Will consider making larger loans available
9th Nov 20, 5:22pm
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5th Nov 20, 12:54pm
Government considers further ways to support businesses through debt and equity; Ardern details her pre-Christmas priorities including the doubling of sick leave entitlements
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Government considers further ways to support businesses through debt and equity; Ardern details her pre-Christmas priorities including the doubling of sick leave entitlements
5th Nov 20, 12:54pm
3rd Nov 20, 1:46pm
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Zuru’s Anna Mowbray on the mammoth task of securing PPE for New Zealand’s Covid response, why the challenge is not over yet, and whether a move to Vietnam is on the cards
Zuru’s Anna Mowbray on the mammoth task of securing PPE for New Zealand’s Covid response, why the challenge is not over yet, and whether a move to Vietnam is on the cards
3rd Nov 20, 1:46pm
1st Nov 20, 4:24pm
The Week in Tax.  Inland Revenue is back on the case of people with overseas interests, the painful consequences of not keeping records, and the point at which tax debt becomes unmanageable
The Week in Tax.  Inland Revenue is back on the case of people with overseas interests, the painful consequences of not keeping records, and the point at which tax debt becomes unmanageable
1st Nov 20, 4:24pm
29th Oct 20, 9:31am
Kiwibank CEO Steve Jurkovich calls for government grants for small businesses to help with economic recovery from COVID-19 crisis
Kiwibank CEO Steve Jurkovich calls for government grants for small businesses to help with economic recovery from COVID-19 crisis
29th Oct 20, 9:31am
27th Oct 20, 9:56am
The company that was New Zealand's first peer-to-peer lending firm is reportedly raising close to $100 million and will list on the Australian sharemarket next month
The company that was New Zealand's first peer-to-peer lending firm is reportedly raising close to $100 million and will list on the Australian sharemarket next month
27th Oct 20, 9:56am
26th Oct 20, 9:31am
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Top courts confuse with starkly differing positions, leaving directors with personal liabilities over issues even judges can't agree on. "Perfectly sensible business decisions" tossed in favour of legal niceties and after-the-fact perspectives
Top courts confuse with starkly differing positions, leaving directors with personal liabilities over issues even judges can't agree on. "Perfectly sensible business decisions" tossed in favour of legal niceties and after-the-fact perspectives
26th Oct 20, 9:31am
25th Oct 20, 9:14am
The Week in Tax: what will the Labour Government do? A growing role for green taxes, and Inland Revenue’s IT issues
The Week in Tax: what will the Labour Government do? A growing role for green taxes, and Inland Revenue’s IT issues
25th Oct 20, 9:14am
23rd Oct 20, 8:55am
Benje Patterson shows that even though the number of business failures has risen sharply, new businesses have sprouted fast too, moving into the changed economic landscape
Benje Patterson shows that even though the number of business failures has risen sharply, new businesses have sprouted fast too, moving into the changed economic landscape
23rd Oct 20, 8:55am
22nd Oct 20, 7:40am
Massey's Alison Brook explains why a K-shaped recovery is what we are heading for and the four factors that make it the most likely outcome
Massey's Alison Brook explains why a K-shaped recovery is what we are heading for and the four factors that make it the most likely outcome
22nd Oct 20, 7:40am
20th Oct 20, 10:36am
Latest NZIER Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion shows rise in confidence ahead of election - firms much more upbeat about hiring staff
Latest NZIER Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion shows rise in confidence ahead of election - firms much more upbeat about hiring staff
20th Oct 20, 10:36am
19th Oct 20, 2:55pm
The Reserve Bank says one option to ensure long-term availability of cash could be a public-private partnership to provide 'end to end' cash infrastructure
The Reserve Bank says one option to ensure long-term availability of cash could be a public-private partnership to provide 'end to end' cash infrastructure
19th Oct 20, 2:55pm
18th Oct 20, 6:59pm
The Week in Tax: International reviews into the dominance of GAFA and their tax engineering is getting renewed attention, as is the tax treatment of cryptos. The pressures are building
The Week in Tax: International reviews into the dominance of GAFA and their tax engineering is getting renewed attention, as is the tax treatment of cryptos. The pressures are building
18th Oct 20, 6:59pm
11th Oct 20, 1:31pm
The Week in Tax: Inland Revenue is checking wage subsidy claims, the Australian Budget, and why GST rate cuts don't work
The Week in Tax: Inland Revenue is checking wage subsidy claims, the Australian Budget, and why GST rate cuts don't work
11th Oct 20, 1:31pm
9th Oct 20, 2:08pm
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Zuru’s Anna Mowbray on how her business has thrived in South China, and how other New Zealanders can leverage the rapidly growing talent and innovation of our largest trading partner
Zuru’s Anna Mowbray on how her business has thrived in South China, and how other New Zealanders can leverage the rapidly growing talent and innovation of our largest trading partner
9th Oct 20, 2:08pm
8th Oct 20, 2:54pm
Retail chain The Warehouse won't be paying a dividend this year and says it faces continued uncertainty around its trading outlook
Retail chain The Warehouse won't be paying a dividend this year and says it faces continued uncertainty around its trading outlook
8th Oct 20, 2:54pm
8th Oct 20, 9:36am
Westpac senior agri economist Nathan Penny says the tourism, seafood and export education sectors plus gold kiwifruit exports are most at risk if our trade relationship with China was to change
Westpac senior agri economist Nathan Penny says the tourism, seafood and export education sectors plus gold kiwifruit exports are most at risk if our trade relationship with China was to change
8th Oct 20, 9:36am
4th Oct 20, 10:34am
The Week in Tax: tax take holding up but trouble on the way? A realistic working from home allowance, Inland Revenue takes on libertarians, and we already have a defacto wealth tax 
The Week in Tax: tax take holding up but trouble on the way? A realistic working from home allowance, Inland Revenue takes on libertarians, and we already have a defacto wealth tax 
4th Oct 20, 10:34am
3rd Oct 20, 9:52am
Alison Brook finds that there are now more underemployed people in our workforce than those jobless, and that underemployment will continue to climb and may never return to pre-pandemic levels. The implications are large and negative
Alison Brook finds that there are now more underemployed people in our workforce than those jobless, and that underemployment will continue to climb and may never return to pre-pandemic levels. The implications are large and negative
3rd Oct 20, 9:52am
2nd Oct 20, 9:30am
Some 45% of retailers report sales are now better than this time last year, Retail New Zealand says, with 78% confident or very confident their business will survive the next 12 months
Some 45% of retailers report sales are now better than this time last year, Retail New Zealand says, with 78% confident or very confident their business will survive the next 12 months
2nd Oct 20, 9:30am
1st Oct 20, 12:01pm
Labour pledges to direct the Commerce Commission to probe the competitiveness of the supermarket and building supplies sectors
Labour pledges to direct the Commerce Commission to probe the competitiveness of the supermarket and building supplies sectors
1st Oct 20, 12:01pm

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