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16 05 2020

Wellbeing Budget 2020 - Rebuilding Together

In the absolutely unprecedented times of this global COVID-19 pandemic, Minister of Finance Grant Robertson has presented his third budget. Budget 2020 is unique in that its almost sole focus is on “rebuilding together” and outlines the Government’s proposed steps on the long road back to economic normality – whatever that may be. COVID-19 has changed the lives of all New Zealanders and with an election looming, only time will tell if the Government’s plan is fit-for-purpose in the eyes of voters.

08 05 2020

Business Survival and Recovery - updates for businesses

The latest updates and developments effecting businesses, and advice from us to assist you to survive and recover.

06 05 2020

Managing cashflow and accessing emergency funding

Need help with cash flow or emergency funding? We’ll help you crunch the cashflow numbers and access the best funding – removing some of the worry, during these testing times. #SmallBusiness

09 04 2020

Xero Assistance Programme (XAP)

Late last year in response to the results of the 2019 Small Business Wellbeing Report, Xero extended the Xero Assistance Programme (XAP) pilot for 12 months, enabling more Kiwis to access the service.

24 01 2020

New Zealand Charity Reporting Awards 2020

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand is proud to announce the 2020 New Zealand Charity Reporting Awards to recognise the efforts of registered charities meeting the financial reporting standards. The Awards will coincide with the Charity Law, Accounting & Regulation Conference for the 3rd year. To celebrate the success of the previous Awards we are introducing a new category – Innovation.

07 01 2020

Start the new year off right

Want to change things up in the new year? Set a landmark in your calendar (maybe EOFY!) to start on your new goal and you’ve set the groundwork for the Fresh Start Effect. #goalsetting #productivity

21 10 2019

School Trustees - thrown in the deep end?

New trustees face a steep learning curve as they get to know the job and the new responsibilities they are taking on. But don’t panic - trustees are not expected to be experts in teaching, education, employment law, finances or health and safety. Most of the work which they are responsbile for will be delegated to the principal, who in turn may delegate it to other team members or advisers.

29 09 2019

Managing Millennials in Business

If you have a business, it is a safe bet that you employ millennials, and are likely to hire more. They are rapidly becoming the labour market’s biggest pool. Millennials have developed a bad reputation - entitled, uncommitted, difficult - but that doesn’t have to be your experience. Up your millennial management game and see good results, not social stereotypes.

22 09 2019

Cyber Roundup 2019 (PKF International)

The following is a rundown of some key cyber events that have happened internationally during 2019. We welcome your comments, insights and questions.

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