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Newmarket Business Awards Finalists Newmarket Business Awards Finalists

Congratulations to all finalists announced for this year’s Newmarket Business Awards. Hayes Knight is a proud sponsor of the Business Awards.

Budget 2017 - The Steak and Cheese Budget Budget 2017 - The Steak and Cheese Budget

Having read the online news website "Stuff" today, apparently there has been a tradition introduced during Bill English's time as Finance Minister to get his Facebook followers to vote on a "budget day pie". For 2017, the vote was a standard "steak and cheese" pie. Was this an indication as to what was contained in today's Budget?

IRD'S mileage rate increases for the 2017 income year IRD'S mileage rate increases for the 2017 income year

IRD'S mileage rate increases for the 2017 income year

The low-down on the new contractor withholding tax rules The low-down on the new contractor withholding tax rules

If you are a contractor, or engage the services of a contractor, are you up to speed with the changes to the withholding tax rules?

Countdown to Year End Countdown to Year End

Want to reduce your end of year tax bill?

IRD rolls out new MyIR for GST IRD rolls out new MyIR for GST

The launch of the first major stage of Inland Revenue’s business transformation programme went live over Waitangi weekend 2017.

Hayes Knight gives DOC a hand on Motuihe Island Hayes Knight gives DOC a hand on Motuihe Island

The Hayes Knight team recently joined other businesses on Motuihe Island in Auckland's Hauraki Gulf for a fun day helping DOC with their conservation efforts.

Not all structures are created equal Not all structures are created equal

It’s that old saying; don’t try and put a square peg in a round hole.

Hayes Knight Sporting Acknowledgement Awards Hayes Knight Sporting Acknowledgement Awards

Congratulations to all 14 winners of the Hayes Knight Sporting Acknowledgement Awards at the recent Harbour Sports Excellence Awards.

Conflict Resolution - finding Mutual Dissatisfaction Conflict Resolution - finding Mutual Dissatisfaction

Unfortunately, even when everyone acts with the best intentions, conflicts can and do arise in any business. They arise between a business and a customer or supplier, a business and an employee, or often between joint owners of a business. What is genuinely believed to be ‘fair and reasonable’ by one party is often seen as being anything but fair and reasonable by another.
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