PKF Carr & Stanton, Hastings, New Zealand
11 03 2020
We are pleased to announce that we have partnered with Tremains to be a principal leg sponsor of the Tremains Triathlon for the next 3 years.
Inland Revenue are taking a closer look at how businesses in the hospitality industry are keeping their books.
On 14 February 2020, Inland Revenue announced that tax relief and income assistance is available to people affected by the downturn in business due to the Coronavirus COVID-19.
Congratulations to John, Jim, Pat and the Magiq team as they celebrate 40 years of business.
General feedback from our clients is that 2019 was a positive year, some good growth, with a number of successes to celebrate and 2020 is being greeted with enthusiasm, albeit with the challenges of a global virus.
It's been a good year for PKF Carr & Stanton also, and we welcomed a number of new clients to the firm. We look forward to being a partner in your business and helping to achieve your plans and goals.
28 08 2019
Rewind to 2017 and Johnny Ryan and Phillipa Harper were keen to own their own business. A chance conversation with friends led them to look at Just Cabins: a franchise network across New Zealand. Their friends, Roger and Helen Stonehouse already owned the Just Cabins Hawke’s Bay territory but were keen to split the area in two. Whilst Johnny admits that the idea of a franchise (and having to meet franchisee conditions) had never appealed before, they quickly saw the benefits.
06 12 2018
Payday filing was voluntary from 1 April 2018 and becomes mandatory for all employers from 1 April 2019.
Under payday filing, the majority of employers will be required to provide payroll information to Inland Revenue in electronic form within two working days following each payday.
It doesn’t matter if you’re just starting out in business or already have an established business, understanding your cash flow is one of the most important aspects of business management.
The Government has announced legislation providing for new GST rules on low-value imported goods. The proposed changes will have effect from 1 October 2019.
Offshore suppliers and re-deliverers will be required to register for GST if their total taxable supplies to NZ consumers exceeds $60,000 per year.
After extensive public consultation, the Government has drafted legislation to introduce a research and development (R&D) tax credit of 15% on eligible R&D expenditure. This legislation is expected to pass early next year and will apply from the beginning of the 2020 income tax year. For early balance dates, it will apply for years beginning 1 November 2018. The new R&D tax credit will replace the Callaghan Growth Grants which will be phased out by 31 March 2021.
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