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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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Research & Development Tax Incentive

Written by Vanessa Williams on May 27th, 2019.      0 comments

cogsThis year the Government is working to introduce a new tax incentive for businesses conducting research and development, the research and development tax incentive  (RDTI). The RDTI will give businesses a 15% tax credit if they spend a minimum of $50,000 per year on eligible R&D. Businesses spending less than $50,000 may still be eligible, so long as they are using an approved research provider to carry out their R&D. The Taxation (Research and Development Tax Credits) Bill is about to go before Parliament for its Second Reading. If passed into law, the RDTI will take effect from the beginning of a business’s 2019/2020 income year.
 

NZ Budget 2018

Written by Vanessa Williams on May 18th, 2018.      0 comments

budget-789Analysis of this year's major Budget announcements and their likely impact on business, health, transport, the public service and the wider economy. We also take a closer look at wellbeing, which according to the Minister will underpin future Budgets starting from 2019.
 

What funding is available for NZ small businesses?

Written by Greg Millar on August 2nd, 2017.      0 comments

nz money 100s 50s generic n2-451Whether you’re starting out or a well-established business, government agencies offer a range of support — from mentoring and grants to capability building — to help NZ small businesses succeed.