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COVID-19 rocked the boat for many small businesses in New Zealand. Business owners had to work hard to stay afloat. These three awesome Kiwi businesses hustled to help their business survive the storm of COVID-19.
As expected, the 2020 Budget has been a high spending one with a deficit forecasted to be $29.6 billion in 2021. We break down the expenditure and key initiatives.
Since its inception, we have worked with Tax Traders to ensure that our clients achieve better outcomes than just paying tax to the IRD directly. Now that Tax Traders have no minimum use limits, we would like to highlight this to all Alliotts clients.
It may seem paradoxical, but you can be profitable and still go out of business. Or you can make massive ‘bottom line’ losses but be in good fiscal shape. The reason – cash.
Anyone running a business knows the story: one day, there is a pile of cash in the bank, then it appears to disappear overnight.
Here are some more tips to help you manage your cash flow if you ever find yourself in this situation.