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Newmarket Business Awards Finalists Newmarket Business Awards Finalists

Congratulations to all finalists announced for this year’s Newmarket Business Awards. Hayes Knight is a proud sponsor of the Business Awards.

GST on Online Sales GST on Online Sales

GST will apply to most low-value imported goods from 1 October 2019

Hayes Knight and Jacko Gill Hayes Knight and Jacko Gill

What do chillies, Olympics and business have in common? Jacko Gill!

2015 Hayes Knight Sporting Acknowledgement Awards 2015 Hayes Knight Sporting Acknowledgement Awards

Congratulations to all 13 winners of the Hayes Knight Sporting Acknowledgement Awards at the recent Harbour Sports Excellence Awards.

Budget May 2015 Budget May 2015

On a day when John Campbell announces his resignation from TV3 and Dean Barker announces he has joined a Japanese Americas Cup Team, the Government announces its 2015 Budget. Some may say these announcements provided more excitement than the Budget. You be the judge.

Hayes Knight appoints Jaimee Hart as Senior Manager Hayes Knight appoints Jaimee Hart as Senior Manager

PRESS RELEASE

The importance of Shareholders Agreements The importance of Shareholders Agreements

When anyone is buying into an existing company, or setting up a new company with colleagues, friends or even family, it is essential to document how the relationship is going to work and set ground rules for what happens in the unfortunate event of a dispute.

I've seen the future and I like it! I've seen the future and I like it!

Over the next few years annual financial reporting is changing for charities and not-for-profit entities in New Zealand. This means different requirements, and given that change is generally painful at first; will it be worth it? And what result can we expect for most?

IRD changes position on deductibility of business travel IRD changes position on deductibility of business travel

Inland Revenue has issued a Questions we've been asked (13/05) which updates its view on the deductibility of a companion's travel expenses.

Greenpeace’s legal win – What it means for NZ Charities Greenpeace’s legal win – What it means for NZ Charities

On 6 August 2014 after 4 years of legal battles New Zealand’s Supreme Court has ruled in favour of Greenpeace being potentially able to register as a charity, and that a political purpose is not an automatic barrier to being considered a charitable purpose. Our country’s highest court has overruled the previous Court of Appeal decision and now confirms that campaigning organisations can potentially register as charities. We look at the background of this case and what it means for Greenpeace and New Zealand charities law.
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