The wage subsidy has been extended to support employers and self-employed who have been significantly impacted by Covid-19. It is available to all businesses (including the self-employed, contractors and sole traders). The extension is available after the current wage subsid...
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IRD have introduced a loss carry-back scheme to support customers during the current uncertain economic environment. Businesses making a loss in either the 2020 year or the 2021 year can use that loss to offset profits they have previously made. The loss is carried back to t...
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The government is providing loans of up to $100,000 to help businesses, including contractors and self-employed, experiencing cash flow difficulties. IRD is administering the scheme on behalf of the government, however the loan is not a ‘tax’ product, therefore you must...
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We have recently had a high number of questions relating to the wage subsidy, holiday pay during lockdown (Easter), reconciling Xero and taxes related to the Covid-19 subsidy. Our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) below contain answers based on the information available now. ...
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2019 terminal tax payments are due on 7 April 2020. All our clients will now have received notification via email or phone if you have a payment due. If you are currently experiencing cash flow difficulties to meet these payment (related or unrelated to Coronavirus) please l...
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The government has announced a COVID-19 leave payment scheme to provide support. What does this mean for business owners? In summary, if your employee has to self-issolate, is sick with COVID-19, or caring for others with COVID-19, and unable to work from home, Ministry of S...
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The government has put together a wage subsidy package for employers that are affected. If you are an employer, contractor, sole trader, or self-employed you may qualify to get the COVID-19 wage subsidy. The wage subsidy is paid to the employer to assist in paying ...
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The government has announced a $12bn economic stimulus package to assist with Coronavirus. Here are some of the key tax proposalsThese changes are yet to be passed through law and some of the specific information is yet to be finalised. Most changes are proposed to have an e...
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We regularly review land transactions where either the purchaser or vendor are GST registered, but the other party is not. This inconsistent nature of each parties GST status may result in some uncertainty over the price of the land and have potential significant consequence...
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When a business borrows money to earn taxable income, the interest cost will be tax deductible. The key test is the “use” of the borrowed money, rather than the purpose of borrowing. There must be a clear nexus between the interest incurred and the production of taxable ...
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