Month: November 2018


The New Research and Development Tax Credit

By Shelley-ann Brinkley – 14 November 2018 To encourage more business expenditure on R&D, last month the Government introduced draft legislation proposing a new tax credit for eligible R&D expenditure. The credit will apply from the 2019-20 income year and will be administered by Inland Revenue with support from Callaghan Innovation.  While businesses will not […]

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Payday filing – what does it mean for your business?

what does it mean for your business? :: Hayes Knight By Shelley-ann Brinkley – 12 November 2018 Payday filing is a change to the current practice of filing your Employer schedule (IR348) each month. Instead, employment income information will be filed electronically with Inland Revenue each payday. While payday filing has been voluntary since April […]

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Who still wants to be a landlord?

Who still wants to be a landlord? : By Hayes Knight – 9 November 2018 It seems every day you read the newspaper, there are numerous articles focusing on the New Zealand property market. There have been a number of tax changes aimed at softening the property market. In addition, there are various other rules […]

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