No cheques from 1 March

No cheques from 1 March

February 10, 2020

A friendly reminder that from 1 March 2020 the Inland Revenue will stop accepting payment by cheque, including cheques dated after 1 March 2020.  There are several payment methods offered by the Inland Revenue and the banks. Find out more about payment methods

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Minimum wage to rise to $18.90 per hour

Minimum wage to rise to $18.90 per hour

February 4, 2020

The Government has confirmed that the adult minimum wage will increase from $17.70 to $18.90 on 1 April 2020. Those on the starting-out and training wages will also see a boost in pay to $15.12 per hour. This rate remains at 80% of the adult minimum wage. The increase to $18.90 in 2020 offers a […]

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2020 Livestock values

2020 Livestock values

January 31, 2020

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Office closure Friday 7 February 2020

Office closure Friday 7 February 2020

Our offices will be closed on Thursday 6 February (Waitangi Day) and Friday 7 February to allow our staff an extra-long weekend. We apologise for any inconvenience.  For urgent enquiries please contact : Chantal 027 485-5223 or Phillipa 027 488-7570.

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Field Days 5 -7 March 2020

Field Days 5 -7 March 2020

January 28, 2020

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Employment Information filed late letter issued in error

Employment Information filed late letter issued in error

January 15, 2020

“Payday filing over December and January 2019/2020 – There will be a grace period close down from 24 December to the 15 January. Any paydays within this time frame are due from employers on 17 January if filing electronically or 29 January if filing by paper.“ With regard to this grace period we have identified […]

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Xero  – Free Small Business Seminar

Xero – Free Small Business Seminar

Xero is hosting a free small business session at Barge Events Centre, 474 Maunu Road, Whangarei on 23 January 2020 between 5pm – 7pm.  This is an opportunity for you to learn more about Xero, including tips and tricks to help you become more efficient in managing your business accounting.  The session will cover: Financial […]

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Workers’ rights you need to know before Christmas

Workers’ rights you need to know before Christmas

December 9, 2019

As Christmas is near, it’s time to set the record straight on some of the most commonly misunderstood aspects of employment law that apply to the festive season. Here are the answers to 5 commonly asked questions.  It is focused on minimum legal employment rights. However, parties can agree to rights above the minimums and […]

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Employer filing over the holiday season

Employer filing over the holiday season

December 4, 2019

Employment income information Please file your employment income information: electronically – within 2 working days after the payday. non-electronically – within 10 working days after the payday. Note that a working day does not include the days from 25 December to 15 January (both dates inclusive). Payment due dates for PAYE and ESCT Monthly employers […]

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Every underclared cash job leaves a trail.

Every underclared cash job leaves a trail.

November 25, 2019

The Inland Revenue are looking hard at tax crime in the construction industry. They will be contacting tradies to encourage them to declare all of their income through their GST and income tax returns. While most people in the construction industry are doing the right thing, they are reminding you that undeclared cash jobs can […]

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