If you are having difficulties or concerns about meeting your normal tax obligations due to the effects of COVID-19, Inland Revenue has a range of ways to help depending on your circumstances.
Tip 1: Get in contact with your bank if you’re experiencing cash flow issues, especially in regard to loan repayments or lack of funding.
Tip 2: See here for advice about tax relief and assistance to people affected by the downturn in business due to the impact of COVID-19.
In this video hear from Chartered Accountants Association members Kimberley Jenkinson, Partner from Bendall and Cant, and Phillip Smith, CA from Next Advisory, as they walk you through how to make the most out of Government assistance packages, where to look first when making efficiency gains and share top tips and best practise for forecasting in a post pandemic business environment.
Key considerations for boards of directors, landlords and tenants
In this video, we hear from Andrew Comer, James Cochrane and Paul Connolly, Partners at Stace Hammond as they talk through director’s obligations and duties, and what has changed for leasing under Alert Level 3. They also discuss proposed changes to legislation in The Companies Act, including the Business Debt Hibernation scheme.
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How the banks can help businesses and people during the COVID-19 pandemic
On the back of the recent announcement from government around the $6.2b loan guarantees for SMEs, we talk to Karna Luke, GM Growth & Performance, Partnership Banking at BNZ to find out more about how banks can help during this pandemic.
Payroll Legislation Essentials
This intermediate-level course shows how to interpret and apply the legislation to your payroll, with systems and processes to maintain accuracy in all calculations.
For more information and dates, head to the EMA course page.
When you want modern and cutting edge employment law advice and representation provided by a team that truly understands New Zealand employers and businesses. The team is made up of specialist employment lawyers who work solely for employers at exclusive.