The Business Advisory Blog

The Business Advisory Blog

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.

While every effort has been made to provide valuable, useful information in this publication, this firm and any related suppliers or associated companies accept no responsibility or any form of liability from reliance upon or use of its contents. Any suggestions should be considered carefully within your own particular circumstances, as they are intended as general information only.

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Alliotts Spring Update 2023
Our Spring 2023 newsletter has just dropped featuring a range of topics to get you through to the end of 2023.
04 December 2023 Read More
business
Small business cashflow (loan) scheme changes
This month the Government announced changes to the Small Business Cashflow (loan) Scheme. Our article provides you with information on these changes.
16 November 2020 Read More
cash flow
COVID-19 Small Business Cashflow Scheme and Business Finance Guarantee Scheme
Last week the Government announced it will provide interest-free loans for a year to small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 to support their immediate cash flow needs and meet fixed costs.
05 May 2020 Read More
cash flow
Paying Income Tax to Tax Traders vs the IRD
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.
18 March 2020 Read More
assets
Special Tax Alert - Coronavirus COVID19
The New Zealand Government has announced a $12.1billion business continuity package aimed at assisting businesses through the COVID-19 situation. The largest element of the package is the delivery of $5.1billion in wage subsidies to businesses and the delivery of support for workers needing to self-isolate, delivered through the Ministry of Social Development.
17 March 2020 Read More
dollar
A tale of several cities (in NZ)
The Reserve Bank of Australia cut the cash rate to a record low this month but banks passed on only half of it at a retail level. A similar outcome was likely in New Zealand should the RBNZ follow suit, with bank funding costs having risen sharply this year.
31 August 2016 Read More
Interest rates
You can always find a reason for not investing
Have you ever seen a child standing tentatively at the edge of a swimming pool? She's torn between her desire to join the gang in the water and her fear of diving in. In committing to the market, investors can be like that.
15 February 2016 Read More
economy
Which hat are you wearing?
People with many hats require many different investment solutions. In our opinion, that's a good thing.
10 November 2015 Read More
currency
Interest rates up, down or around?
Predicting interest rate movement remains quite difficult, particularly the longer-term interest rates which are impacted to a greater extent by world events. Regardless of whether you want to be a short or long-term player it would seem to make sense to see what the Reserve Bank says on 10 September.
28 August 2015 Read More
Interest rates
Investing your money
Finally the NZ Reserve Bank is lowering interest rates, just as it seems the US is about to start raising rates.  How does this affect a Kiwi investor?
12 June 2015 Read More
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25 June 2024 Read More