Shelley-ann Brinkley

Associate - Tax, NCB, NDA, CA
  • Business Acquisitions and Disposals
  • International Tax and Structuring
  • Property Transactions
  • GST

Phone: +64 9 448 3252
Mobile: +64 21 224 4794
Email: shelley-ann.brinkley@hayesknight.co.nz

Shelley-ann joined the Hayes Knight Tax Team in 2007 coming from Ernst & Young. Shelley-ann has specialised in the provision of tax consulting services for more than 20 years and prior to that she had 5 years’ experience in the provision of both audit and business advisory services.

Shelley-ann’s client base ranges from high net worth individuals, trusts and SMEs, through to large multinational companies and the chartered accountants firms. Shelley-ann’s experience includes international structuring, business acquisitions and disposals, property transactions, international tax, GST and other indirect taxes, tax compliance, IRD audits, tax affect accounting, due diligence, coaching and training staff, and analysis and dissemination of new tax legislation. In addition, Shelley-ann is a director of knowledge shop limited, the resource centre for professional accountants and co-manages the day to day operations.  She provides tax advice to other professional accounting firms through the Hayes Knight Knowledge Shop Q & A service, and provides regular continuing education to Knowledge Shop members to keep them up to date with legislative changes.

 

Shelley-ann’s Latest Articles

 

Do you transact with offshore related parties?

For some time now the IRD has been toiling away to bring our transfer pricing legislation in line with the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPs) actions.  While just the mere mention of BEPs can put the staunchest tax accountant into a deep sleep, there are...

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2019 Year End Checklist

With the new financial year almost upon us, there’s not much time left to ensure you have your ‘house’ in order for 31 March. Our 40-point checklist below will guide you through the year-end process and ensure you maximise your tax deductions and minimise your annual...

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The Demise of the Residential Rental Loss

Not only have residential investors recently been hit with the extended 5-year bright-line test, the new loss rules will mean many residential rental property owners may struggle to cashflow the costs of owning the property. Draft legislation has been released...

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