Month: October 2020


That one’s now in the bag. What happens when the rubber hits the road?

After an election campaign where millions of dollars of funds were promised by the various parties, the rubber will soon be hitting the road to increase our debt and to deliver on these promises. So what does the weekend’s election results mean for business? Clearly with the Labour party majority, they no longer require other […]

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Top tax rate change – business considerations

With the election less than two weeks away, the business community is discussing the various parties’ policies and considering the potential impact on their business. Of particular interest is the Labour Party’s proposal to reintroduce a top personal tax rate of 39%. With taxpayers looking to maintain tax efficiencies, we expect the IRD will closely […]

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