Month: October 2017


What does the new Labour Coalition Government mean for tax?

By Shelley-ann Brinkley – 20 October 2017 So, we finally know the make-up of the New Zealand Government (Labour, NZ First and the Greens) yet we still don’t know what tax policies are going to change – and we won’t know until sometime next week at the earliest. The tax policy wish-list of the new […]

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the growth sector comes of age

By Hayes Knight – 18 October 2017 Hayes Knight has been a key sponsor of the Franchising New Zealand Survey since the survey was recommissioned in 2010, after a period of 7 years when no nationwide survey was undertaken. The last survey was carried out in 2012 and the most recent survey results were released […]

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Gold Bullion…to tax or not to tax

By Shelley-ann Brinkley – 17 October 2017 So you’ve decided you’ve missed the boat with buying an investment property – the horse has bolted so to speak – and you’re not confident in putting your money in the international share market, what with the uncertainty with Brexit and particular political wannabee heavy weights antagonising each […]

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Back in control

By Hayes Knight – 11 October 2017 The clock was rapidly running down for Mark Wilson He had to catch a plane to the United States in a couple of days. He was in the middle of a tour of duty around the North Island judging for the Registered Master Builders House of the Year […]

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Going the distance for Spinal Injury Charity

By Hayes Knight – 5 October 2017 Hayes Knight Director Tristan Dean is heading to the USA early next month, raising money for the Catwalk Spinal Cord Injury Research Trust by taking part in the iconic New York Marathon, the largest Marathon in the world. The Catwalk Trust is dedicated to finding a cure for […]

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