Month: June 2012


An audit by any other name

By Hayes Knight – 18 June 2012 The word audit means many different things to different people. We look into the implications of this. As expert financial statement audit and assurance providers who work in full compliance with the International Standards on Auditing and other professional requirements we have a clear understanding of what is […]

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5 tax busting strategies

| Hayes Knight New Zealand There are many small but legal ways of ensuring the tax system is working for your business and not against it. Effective strategies for managing and minimising tax are important so here are our top 5. The Inland Revenue accepts that what works for one business will not necessarily work […]

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5 tax busting strategies

There are many small but legal ways of ensuring the tax system is working for your business and not against it. Effective strategies for managing and minimising tax are important so here are our top 5. The Inland Revenue accepts that what works for one business will not necessarily work for another and so offers […]

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School audits: The challenges

By Hayes Knight – 8 June 2012 One of the most challenging areas we have encountered in school audits relate to issues of probity of expenditure and especially sensitive expenditure. School boards need to carefully consider the consequences of spending public funds on items of a sensitive nature by assessing how this could be perceived […]

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