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Growing pains Growing pains

A growing business is a great business, right? Sales are up. You are getting compliments for how well you are doing. So, why do you have a niggling feeling that something’s not right?

2017 Harbour Sports Excellence Awards 2017 Harbour Sports Excellence Awards

Congratulations to all 15 winners of the Hayes Knight Sporting Acknowledgement Awards at the recent Harbour Sports Excellence Awards.

Hayes Knight one of the top 30 of chartered accounting firms in NZ Hayes Knight one of the top 30 of chartered accounting firms in NZ

Hayes Knight has been named in the who’s who of chartered accounting firms - 18th position in the top 30 in NZ…we are pretty happy with this result!

Jacko Gill goes from strength to strength Jacko Gill goes from strength to strength

Jacko Gill has recently given us an update on his European summer athletics season, saying that overall it has been a great success.

A delicate balancing act A delicate balancing act

Rapid growth sounds like a good problem to have, but it can take a good business down if not managed right.

A rewarding journey A rewarding journey

With passion and hard work, Danny Beh has transformed a fledgling franchise business with a valuable offering into a true success story. Hayes Knight has given her the confidence and advice she needed to achieve her business and personal goals.

What does the new Labour Coalition Government mean for tax? What does the new Labour Coalition Government mean for tax?

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.

Franchise - the growth sector comes of age Franchise - the growth sector comes of age

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 in July 2017. Undertaken collaboratively by Griffith and Massey Universities and supported by the Franchise Association of New Zealand, the ‘Franchising New Zealand 2017’ report provides a current profile of the sector.

Gold Bullion...to tax or not to tax Gold Bullion...to tax or not to tax

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 other over the Pacific Ocean.

Back in control Back in control

The clock was rapidly running down for Mark Wilson
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