PKF Carr & Stanton, Hastings, New Zealand
11 05 2020
As we await the announcement of Alert Levels at 4pm today, we take a quick look at developments effecting businesses, and offer some advice to assist you to survive and recover.
06 05 2020
Are you struggling to keep up with all the COVID-19 financial support information coming your way? Do you need help to determine which financial support package/s offers the most value to your business situation?
01 05 2020
The Government will provide interest free loans for a year for small/medium businesses impacted by COVID-19.
16 04 2020
The latest round of Government business support provides grant funding through the Regional Business Partner (RBP) programme.
08 04 2020
We recently hosted a complimentary business continuity planning webinar to help you build resilience in your team and family at this time
This announcement has been welcomed by the NZ Institute of Directors, who had petitioned the Government to temporarily pause personal liability for directors in relation to a company trading whilst insolvent, due to COVID-19.
02 04 2020
Finance Minister Grant Robertson recently announced more information about the Government-backed loan scheme.
The scheme is designed to help small and medium sized businesses obtain loans more easily from their banks to meet the operational costs of doing business during the coronavirus downturn.
01 04 2020
The impacts of Covid-19 on health and business are evolving fast. Currently, we are prioritising helping our clients who have the greatest need. So, if you need urgent help, please get in touch.
31 03 2020
On 27th March the Government announced some changes to the wage subsidy and leave payment scheme.
At 3pm on Friday 27th March the leave payment scheme was discontinued. This scheme is no longer fit for purpose given that our country is now in lockdown. Applications that were submitted prior to this cut off time will continue to be processed and paid.
The Government is looking at ways to support essential services employees who may require sick leave due to Covid-19.
11 03 2020
Since 1 March 2020, Inland Revenue no longer accept payment by cheque, including cheques dated after 1 March. This is a significant change for some however there are plenty of other payment options which are faster, less expensive and more secure
For more information on how our services can help your business get in touch.