Reminders

Reminder: Still time to put off paying 15 January provisional tax

Reminder: Still time to put off paying 15 January provisional tax TMNZ Blog

It’s not too late for your clients to defer their 15 January provisional tax payment if they are experiencing cashflow constraints at this time of the year. An Employers and Manufacturers Association poll shows that more than half the members surveyed experience financial challenges between January and March. Tax FINANCE lets clients shift upcoming provisional…

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Avoid a cashflow problem in the New Year

Avoid a cashflow problem in the New Year TMNZ Blog

Here’s how you can delay paying 15 January provisional tax to free up working capital at a time of year when businesses are likely to need it most. The early part of the New Year can be a challenging time for small and medium sized businesses. Results from a poll conducted by the Employers and…

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A way to solve Christmas cashflow issues

A way to solve Christmas cashflow issues TMNZ Blog

The period after Christmas can be tough for many small and medium sized businesses. According to more than half the respondents to a poll conducted by the Employers and Manufacturers Association, January to March is when they tend to experience cashflow constraints. It’s hardly surprising, really. The period after Christmas is traditionally slow business-wise. Consumers…

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Webinar: A practical guide to using tax pooling products

Webinar: A practical guide to using tax pooling products TMNZ Blog

Tax Management NZ Business Development Manager Doug Maarschalk earlier this week conducted his second tax pooling webinar with CCH Business Fitness NZ. The full webinar – titled ‘A Practical Guide to Using Tax Pooling Products’ – can be viewed below. Last week, Doug conducted a webinar on managing provisional tax payments through tax pooling. You…

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Don’t forget: Doug Maarschalk’s second tax pooling webinar

Don’t forget: Doug Maarschalk’s second tax pooling webinar TMNZ Blog

Tax Management NZ Business Development Manager Doug Maarschalk. Tax Management NZ Business Development Manager Doug Maarschalk will be conducting his second webinar on tax pooling with CHH Business Fitness NZ on 8 December. He will explain how to use tax pooling products from 10.30am. You can click here to register should you wish to participate. Earlier this…

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Tax pooling webinars

Tax pooling webinars TMNZ Blog

Tax Management NZ Business Development Manager Doug Maarschalk will be conducting two webinars on tax pooling next month that you and your firm might find useful. He will give a presentation about managing provisional tax payments through tax pooling on 1 December, starting at 1pm. At 10.30am on 8 December, Doug will explain how to…

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Purchase now and save

Purchase now and save TMNZ Blog

Tax Management NZ (TMNZ) is noticing a number of accountants are being proactive and starting to finalise their clients’ 2014 tax positions before Christmas. If you are in this position, and your clients have underpaid their income tax, we would like to remind you that you can save them money by purchasing tax now as…

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Manage client IRD interest exposure smarter

Manage client IRD interest exposure smarter TMNZ Blog

With the 28 November and 15 January provisional tax dates approaching, now is the perfect time to talk to your larger clients about the benefits of TMNZ corporate membership. Clients who experience volatility or pay substantial amounts of provisional tax (more than $100,000 at each date) can reduce their exposure to use of money interest…

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New form of protection from IRD penalties, interest

New form of protection from IRD penalties, interest TMNZ Blog

Taxpayers with volatile income can now protect themselves in advance from the risk of incurring hefty IRD late payment penalties and use of money interest (UOMI) if they have a better-than-expected financial year. Tax SHIELD™, a new product from Tax Management NZ (TMNZ), lets taxpayers put an arrangement in place whereby they pay an upfront…

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