Rosalie Friedauer

The Nexia New Zealand Canterbury Sports Event of the Year, the Urology Associates Movember Car Park Cannonball is on tomorrow (Saturday 1st of December).

November 30, 2018
A great event and a even greater cause… for more details see link below.

2018 Corporate Challenge

November 8, 2018
Congratulations to the Nexia NZ and Rede Advisers team who participated in the Corporate Challenge series held at Hagley Park last night. The Corporate Challenge is a 5km run, jog or walk organised exclusively for businesses and organisations dedicated to the health, fitness and well-being of employees.

Succession Planning - Planning to Succeed

September 13, 2018
Have you thought about the future of your business? It is never too early or too late to think about succession planning for your business, however, it is strongly recommended that you start thinking about making a plan from the first day of ownership, regardless of whether you wish to own the business for 3 years or 35 years. Things change constantly in business, so by having a succession plan allows you to prepare for the unexpected, even though the plan...

Business Succession Planning

February 21, 2018
Across all sectors and industries, succession is a concern for many business owners. It does not matter whether it is an external sale or a passing of the business to another generation within the family. If the process is not well communicated and not well planned, then succession can be fraught with difficulties. Succession planning is about transferring control and ownership of your business to others. In New Zealand research indicates that up to 40% of business owners will look to...

Changes to land sales could affect you

June 3, 2016
Changes to land sales could affect you Are you selling residential land? From 1 July 2016, a new withholding tax - residential land withholding tax (RLWT) - may need to be deducted from a property sale/disposal where the property being sold/disposed of is in New Zealand and meets the definition of ‘residential land’, and the vendor: acquired the property on or after 1 October 2015, and has owned it for less than two years before selling or disposing of the property,...

Timely Reminders

June 3, 2016
Note: these dates apply to those clients for whom we prepare tax returns. Different dates will apply for those clients for whom we don't prepare returns. Please ask us if you'd like more information. Tax Type Who / What When it’s due PAYE large employers return and payment 7 June (as 5th falls on a weekend and 6th on Queen's Birthday) 5 July 5 August large and small employers return and payment 20 June 20 July 22 August (as 20th falls...

Budget Perspective

June 3, 2016
No drama The 2016 budget has come and gone and the only people really shouting about it are the Opposition and the tobacco companies. Perhaps the Government felt they have already given businesses enough to be excited about with their pre-Budget announcements of the proposed tax simplification and business transformation. Beyond the reform of the provisional tax system and other changes announced to be staged over 2017 and 2018 (covered here on page 2), there were no dramatic shifts for business....

Tax Talk

June 3, 2016
Making tax simpler In April, the Government announced proposals to simplify business tax, with legislation to be passed in August this year. They asked for feedback by end May on the best way to implement these proposals. The earliest of the changes would take effect from April 2017, with more coming online in 2018. At the moment, this would change the tax landscape to look something like this: From 1 April 2017 Use of money interest Hundreds of thousands of taxpayers...

Risk and Reward

June 3, 2016
Underpaid income tax? Underpaid provisional tax can cause a few headaches. Maybe you did not keep up with your provisional tax payments throughout the year? (oops) Perhaps you did not end up paying enough because you had a better-than-expected financial year (yay! but damn, an increased tax liability). It could be that seasonality or volatility make it difficult to forecast your provisional tax payments. Whatever the case, owing the taxman additional income tax can put pressure on your business’ cashflow. With...

Insolvency - Turnarounds

May 31, 2016
In the event we identify problem areas in your business, we can suggest solutions to improve the position of your company. Timely and expert advice may be able to save your business from liquidation or receivership. Should you or your company become insolvent, we can assist you in preparing relevant financial information to put forward proposals to your creditors under either the Companies Act 1993 or Insolvency Act 1999. As we are familiar with the processes and requirements of the Court...
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