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Webinars to get businesses geared up for the post-COVID-19 environment

Webinars to get businesses geared up for the post-COVID-19 environment 1344 639 Lloyd Evaroa

From May until October this year, TMNZ will offer a new webinar that focuses on a different topic that is sure to provide value in a post-COVID-19 environment. Whether you are a business owner or tax agent or curious to know what the future will look like, be sure to come along and invite your…

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New permission levels for dashboard users

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TMNZ now offers a read-only view of our dashboard that allows users to look at arrangements and tax balances without fear of mistakenly changing anything important. A member of a tax firm or a taxpayer can view quotes, transactions and balances as part of this new permission functionality. But more importantly, users with this type…

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Coffee with Bernice at BLO Consulting

Coffee with Bernice at BLO Consulting 1200 630 Lloyd Evaroa

Tax is not the only thing business owners focus on, says Bernice Lo from BLO Consulting. She knows how they think. After all, she started her accountancy practice in 2007. Today, it is a thriving team of seven with another team overseas, making them available 24 hours a day during the work week. Their clientele…

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Merry Christmas happy New Year from TMNZ

Merry Christmas happy New Year from TMNZ 1200 630 Lloyd Evaroa

The TMNZ office will close from the end of 23 December – 8 January to celebrate Christmas and the New Year. We will have limited availability from 24 December 2019 to 7 January 2020. We wish everyone a wonderful break and a good time with friends and family to mark the start of a new…

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Jucy Rentals Group say good bye to provisional tax stress

Jucy Rentals Group say good bye to provisional tax stress 1200 630 Lloyd Evaroa

They say you can’t make an omelet without breaking some eggs. In this context, a company cannot grow without taking some risks or investing in their business. Jucy Rentals Group’s day-to-day operations highly depend on cash in the bank. It faces a unique challenge when it comes to paying provisional tax. They have to account…

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Four reasons why accountants should consider tax pooling

Four reasons why accountants should consider tax pooling 1200 630 Lloyd Evaroa

Meet Andy. He is a builder who has run his own business for almost three years, with the current year reflecting he will make a substantial profit. He gets paid well and is smart enough to set aside the tax he owes with every cheque. However, the clients he is working for do not always…

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Coffee with Maria from The Tax Lady

Coffee with Maria from The Tax Lady 1200 630 Lloyd Evaroa

“Why would IRD allow you to do this?” This is the reaction of some of Maria Anderson’s clients when they hear about how tax pooling can help with provisional tax payments for the first time. Maria is one of the Directors at The Tax Lady in Upper Hutt, north of Wellington. Their clients range from…

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Meet Neil Bhattacharya

Meet Neil Bhattacharya 632 419 Lloyd Evaroa

Neil Bhattacharya is our Head of Client Services at TMNZ. Formerly the Client Services Manager, his new position reflects the Client Services Team’s responsibility of being the first point of contact for our clients and making sure NZ’s biggest tax pool is the best. The goal for the team is to get clients what they…

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Meet Mara Fisher

Meet Mara Fisher 1344 753 Lloyd Evaroa

Mara Fisher, Head Of Partnerships at TMNZ Mara Fisher is our Head of Partnerships at TMNZ. Formerly the Chief Operating Officer at TMNZ, her new position reflects the new structure at TMNZ, where the former client relations, client experience, and technology teams are now under one banner. The goal for Mara and her team is…

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How to find a great accountant: six qualities to look for

How to find a great accountant: six qualities to look for 1200 630 Lloyd Evaroa

Thousands of independent business owners have an awful habit. While steadily pedaling up the mountain of expansion, new hires, building a great brand, and newfound social media fame, these business owners attempt to juggle their tax payments and financial accounts with their little remaining time. “We know our business best, so we’d may as well…

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