Employers – a timely reminder of your payday filing obligations in order to prevent unnecessary IR filing penalties, this link sets out a summary of the filing requirements.

Employers – a timely reminder of your payday filing obligations in order to prevent unnecessary IR filing penalties, this link sets out a summary of the filing requirements.

You must file an employment information form every time you pay your employees, weekly or fortnightly. If you have multiple paydays, you must file an employment information form for each payday. For more information: https://www.ird.govt.nz/employing-staff/payday-filing    

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Congratulations to the winners of our 2020 Field Days draw !

Congratulations to the winners of our 2020 Field Days draw !

Maree Stevenson, Tuidale Farms Limited  Jim and Margaret Comrie Rex Roadley

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Warning about spam emails from ACC and government addresses

Warning about spam emails from ACC and government addresses

ACC advise that you do not click on any links or attachments in suspicious emails.  The spam emails look like they come from a legitimate @govt.nz or @co.nz email address.  For more information and an example of what they may look like go to: https://www.acc.co.nz/newsroom/stories/warning-about-spam-emails-from-acc-and-government-addresses/  

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Get ready for Easter holidays

Get ready for Easter holidays

If you’ll be open on Easter Sunday, 12 April 2020, you must let your staff know at least four weeks in advance. There may be local restrictions on trading too. Check it out

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Scams

Tips to avoid scams

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Hospitality Industry

Hospitality Industry

The Inland Revenue will be contacting clients in the hospitality industry to thank them if they’ve been keeping their books in order. Keeping books in good order assists with tax obligations and provides a more accurate view of cashflow, allows greater access to finances and ensures businesses are correctly valued. We encourage you to put […]

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No cheques from 1 March

No cheques from 1 March

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

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

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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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