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Insight, news and updates from Alliott NZ Chartered Accountants, Auckland New Zealand. The views expressed here are the views of the author and should be discussed in further detail should an article be relevant to your individual circumstances.

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Leading cyber risks

Written by Vanessa Williams on August 28th, 2019.      0 comments

nimbus technology computer-security2-768If you have a major cybersecurity event that impacts the organisation’s records there is an impact on the trust of the organisation and on reputation which will ultimately impact the finances. We look at eight types of breaches.
 

The era of the cyber resilient CFO

Written by Greg Millar on August 21st, 2019.      0 comments

catch fish hook-44If you’re a finance leader who thinks cyber risk is someone else’s problem – probably the IT department’s – it’s time for an urgent rethink.
 

A better way to pay NZ tax

Written by Greg Millar on March 24th, 2017.      0 comments

TT HORIZ BLACK BLACKX-932Tax pooling is a framework Inland Revenue established to help taxpayers meet their provisional tax obligations. Recognising that the provisional tax regime is burdensome, Inland Revenue offers tax pooling which gives taxpayers a means to pay tax when they want to whilst avoiding use of money interest and penalties.
 

NZ Budget 2016: PM announces proposals to simplify business tax

Written by Anthony McIlroy on April 14th, 2016.      0 comments

budget-789Alliott NZ welcomes the simplification of business tax changes announced by the government this week, it will be a boon for small businesses to be able to manage taxes on a pay as you go manner or, where they choose not to, use that particular method and not be exposed to the use of money interest charges that applied on miscalculating your payments.