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Newsletters - 01 12 2016

PKFPL Summer Newsletter 2016

We’ve talked before about how changes to tax law around buying and selling property might affect you. Now that the changes are in operation and the bright line test is being applied to determine tax liability, an issue highlighted only recently might leave you exposed.

Articles - 25 11 2016

Tax measures to help those affected by the quakes

Revenue Minister Michael Woodhouse today announced tax measures to help those affected by the Kaikoura earthquakes.

Articles - 11 11 2016

IRD is stepping up recovery efforts overseas

IRD is in talks with foreign tax departments as it steps up efforts to recover money owed by overseas-based student loan borrowers.

Articles - 10 11 2016

Donald Trump - President of the United States of America

The controversial Donald Trump has won the United States Presidential Election (as I'm sure you know by now).

Articles - 10 11 2016

Would NZ change their habits with a tax on fast foods and soft drinks?

The NZ Herald states some Kiwi's would change their eating and drinking habits if the Government imposed a 'fat tax' on fast-food and a 'sugar tax' on soft drinks.

Articles - 01 11 2016

Challenges for family-owned businesses

Family owned businesses ("FOBs") are big contributors to the NZ economy, and there are many examples in our own community. Those families involved will know how much work and sacrifice goes into creating a business, and it always seems a shame to me to see the number that don't survive to the next generation.

Articles - 27 10 2016

Consultant attacks farm tax changes

The Inland Revenue Department appears to be buying a fight with farmers and their tax advisers as it seeks to change a rule that has been in force for more than 50 years.

News - 20 08 2016

PKF are conducting a study on your views

Are you curious about global investment, emerging technology, and the role of professional advisers?

Newsletters - 01 06 2016

PKFPL Winter Newsletter 2016

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).

Newsletters - 01 03 2016

PKFPL Autumn Newsletter 2016

Inland Revenue’s crackdown on ‘cashies’ continues with their focus on undeclared cash in the construction and hospitality sectors. Last year, the Auckland region saw the most activity. Inland Revenue are now widening their reach.

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