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With many clients applying for the wage subsidy, Karl (our Tauranga partner) has developed some Q&A’s for our clients as part of a presentation to business owners. What are the Governments Expectations? There is a requirement to pay staff 80% of their wages if the business...
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After the collapse of Mainzeal in 2013, which sent shockwaves through the construction industry, resulting in changes to the Construction Contracts Act that required the retentions from a contract to be held in trust. It does not need to be held in a specific trust account, ...
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When I first started out in accounting, which I can say was last millennium, the basics of accounting that we learned was the double-entry system of accounting. Everything had to balance and journals were the normal accounting process. Technology has changed (and change is t...
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The Company Secretary was a role that all companies were required to have before the Companies Act changed in 1993. Now the position is seen as a redundant position, especially with a large number of smaller companies being used as a commercial vehicle. But is the role of th...
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At a recent seminar on technological disruption in the business environment, an interesting fact was that in 10 years, Airbnb had gathered the same number of beds as the Marriott hotel chain (the 3rd largest in the world at 1.33million), but the Marriott chain started in 192...
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How often have we heard of Construction companies failing followed by the statement, “why”? The businesses are often expanding, have a number of projects on the go, and seem to be doing well. However, the Construction industry is often so project-focused that Owners don...
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Restraint of Trade, when inserted into a Sale and Purchase agreement for a business, is an important part of any agreement. But, do they have the same effect in your Employment agreements? Before you insert a restraint of trade you need to consider if you have a proprietary ...
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Enduring Powers of Attorney

January 30, 2020
We all hear the term EPA (or in full, Enduring Powers of Attorney), and we all have a general understanding of their importance. But, why are they so important? The EPA gives the nominated person (usually a friend or family member) the ability to make decisions on your behal...
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We have all heard the many excuses (and some of us may have even used them) when it comes to debts owing.  The key is to distinguish between what is being disputed and what is beings used as a deflection of no money to pay.  The difference?  Disputed debts can...
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Now is the time to sit back and reflect on what the potential employment landscape will look like going into 2018-19 year with the influence of the Labour-led Government. We are all aware the minimum wage has increased from $15.75 per hour to $16.50 per hour. The Government'...
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