Business vs personal expenses shouldn’t be mixed.
More small and medium-sized businesses may be eligible for the Business Finance Guarantee scheme, with a simplified and expanded scheme now in place. Participating banks can provide new loans, increased limits to existing loans or a revolving credit facility to … Continued
With cashflow being the number one concern on business owners’ minds, ensuring your invoices get paid on time is a key component to success. Given a lot of businesses are in the same boat, how can you get those funds in so you can then pay your suppliers who are looking for their money? In this blog we give you a simple guide on how to keep on top of your debtors.
Sometimes, an employee doesn’t have enough leave available to take paid leave when time off work is required for what would normally be a work day. As am employer, you can agree to the time off and not pay them … Continued
Every year thousands of New Zealanders are called up to serve on a Jury, so if you have employees it is only a matter of time before one of them gets summoned for Jury Service. What should you do if … Continued
In October and November Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) will be sending out annual invoices that would have normally been sent in July. They made a decision to delay these invoices for three months to help relieve the immediate financial impact … Continued
How easy is it to go paperless? You just need a digital filing cabinet.
In a pandemic world, setting up a strategy will guide your recovery and allow you to thrive.
IRD are no longer accepting payment via cheque, however, there is still a way that you can pay in person at Westpac Banks. You can make Cash or EFTPOS payments to the IRD by visiting a Westpac branch or Westpac … Continued
While we are all planning our next steps as we rebuild our businesses, the Ministry of Social Development (MSD) have begun the mammoth task of auditing certain applications made under the wage subsidy scheme. This is an action that was … Continued