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GST on Online Sales GST on Online Sales

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

Hayes Knight appoints Rod Brown and Josh Soo to growing management team Hayes Knight appoints Rod Brown and Josh Soo to growing management team

Hayes Knight is delighted to announce two new key appointments of Rod Brown and Josh Soo to their growing client management team. Both Rod and Josh bring a wealth of experience, having previously worked at BBR Chartered Accountants and BDO respectively.

Morison KSi shortlisted for Association of the Year 2016 Morison KSi shortlisted for Association of the Year 2016

"The new billion dollar kid on the global accounting association block" (as the ICAEW publication Economia described the newly merged Morison KSi) has been shortlisted for Association of the Year in the prestigious International Accounting Bulletin and The Accountant 2016 awards.

Morison KSi unveils its brand identity and stamp of endorsement Morison KSi unveils its brand identity and stamp of endorsement

Morison KSi, the global association for quality, border-free business, has launched a brand identity that embodies its new overarching philosophy, strategy and personality.

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

PRESS RELEASE

2013 Budget 2013 Budget

The 2013 Budget once again comes with no surprises. The clear message coming through from the Government is their belief that careful stewardship of public money is key for the success of all New Zealanders. However it is a Budget with caution. The Government has earmarked an increase in spending on “new initiatives” of around $5.1b over the next 5 years. This is on the back of forecast surpluses from 2014/15. Given the events that have significantly impacted our economy over the last few years (GFC and the Christchurch earthquake), in comparison to many of our trading partners this would seem to be a good result. But will the spending on new initiatives be channelled in the right direction and is it enough?

Celebrating Kiwi Paralympians Celebrating Kiwi Paralympians

Hayes Knight have acted for Paralympics New Zealand for a number of years now. While there was saturation coverage of the 2012 summer Olympics many New Zealanders sadly did not get the opportunity to see much of the Paralympics coverage. We would like to acknowledge and celebrate the fantastic performances by the New Zealand team.

Small town business, big picture thinking Small town business, big picture thinking

When out-of-towner James Kendall took over ITM Matakana, he managed to keep the locals on side while also growing sales – all with the help of accountancy firm Hayes Knight.

New Accounting Standards Framework for NZ New Accounting Standards Framework for NZ

New Zealand’s financial reporting framework is about to undergo a radical makeover. The changes are significant for some organisations. It is therefore important your organisation is fully aware of what is changing and the implications.

Zero Budget scores 8 out of 10 Zero Budget scores 8 out of 10

Our Score for the 2012 Budget: 8/10. No surprises, (as all the good stuff was leaked prior to the budget) and it delivers a combination of growth initiatives and austerity. What were some of the highlights and what, in our opinion, was missing?
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