Client Parking at Nexia House

October 16, 2017
Nexia House is located on level Four, 123 Victoria Street, Christchurch Central. The Nexia client car parks are located at the rear of the car pack in front of the brown fence. Please ensure you select a carpark that displays the ‘Nexia client parking only’ sign. The entrance to the Nexia offices is off Victoria Street down the end of the laneway nestled between Louis and Sister Kong.

One Woman's Journey

September 5, 2017
Jane Jackman, a Director of Nexia New Zealand, shares her personal experience from Motherhood to gender diversity throughout her very successful career. This is Jane’s journey …. From the time I got my accountancy degree I was weighing up the age old question… “Should I have my family while I’m young or my career then my family?” I understand this may not be the case for all women, but it was forefront of my mind as I was married at 20...

Budget and Management Reporting

July 5, 2017
Have you ever thought of sitting down and preparing a budget? If you have, you are demonstrating a proactive approach to managing your business. A properly thought out budget can often uncover risks and opportunities that may have otherwise gone unnoticed while working on the day to day operation of the business. By setting and approving a budget, you are in essence setting a target for your business to work towards in the future, creating accountability for management to achieve these...

ACC Updates - CoverPlus Extra Policies

July 5, 2017
On-time Payments ACC has stream lined their process regarding the non-payment of CoverPlus Extra (CPX) policies due to their new digital platform. This also means you can now apply for CPX online. It is now imperative to sort your CPX invoice before the due date because if payment is not made or a payment arrangement is not set up by the due date, ACC will now terminate your CPX policy and you will revert back to the Standard Cover. Standard Cover...

More In Your Pocket From 1 April 2018

July 5, 2017
Did we expect an easier ride from an election year budget? Yup. And we got it. The 2017 Budget’s bottom line is to boost spending, ease taxes and give some extra legroom to our growing population and economy. The Budget combines tax breaks for working families with support for innovation and investment in business. Tax brackets There’s a broad recognition that while the average wage has risen, the tax rates haven’t flexed to accommodate it. Moves into a higher tax bracket...

Trading with the US: what might the future hold?

July 5, 2017
A number of international trade agreements with the US are under review. The US has been expanding trade and reducing tariff barriers via a series of bilateral agreements since 1934[1]. Shortly after US President Donald Trump’s administration came into power, it said: “For too long, Americans have been forced to accept trade deals that put interests of insiders and the Washington elite over the hard-working men and women in the US.”[2] Trump intends to pull out of trade agreements that he...

Simple Health Tips

July 5, 2017
It’s true in life that when we feel better, we perform better too. Of course, this extends to our workplace environment. If you want to be able to give the best to your business and reap the best results in return, you need to feel tip top. This isn’t about a complete overhaul, crash diets or boot camp. It’s simply about some minor lifestyle changes both in and out of the office that can have a positive effect on you and...

Business Succession Planning is Vital

July 5, 2017
It is important that every business owner has a succession plan in place to cover what would happen upon their death or another trigger event. Commonly, if you are in business with someone else this will involve entering into a buy/sell agreement supported by life insurance policies on each partner’s life. The proceeds from the life insurance policy provide the funding to enable your partner(s) to buy the business. The buy/sell agreement (which should be drafted with the assistance of a...

Demonetisation in India

March 21, 2017
The Indian Government ramps up its tactics for curbing corruption and black money. As part of his war against corruption, black money, money laundering, terrorism financing and counterfeit banknotes, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced on 8 November 2016 the demonetisation of INR 500 and INR 1,000 notes (worth approximately USD 7 and USD 14) within the country. These large denomination banknotes comprise 86% of the cash within the economy and led to substantial panic as nearly 90% of the country’s...

The move to online retail

March 21, 2017
The internet is now the number one shopping destination globally, and not surprisingly. For customers, it’s ideal. There’s no need to get in the car and visit ten shops without finding exactly what you want. This way, it’s all in one place and you needn’t battle with other shoppers for the nearest and driest car park. We have all become a bit impatient too. Purchases from your phone, tablet or desktop at any hour of the day or night help satisfy...
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