Ian Kuperus

Young tax professionals submit future policy ideas

Young tax professionals submit future policy ideas Lee Stace

Fourteen young New Zealand tax professionals have submitted proposals showcasing new ideas in tax policy and administration as part of a competition organised by the Tax Policy Scholarships Charitable Trust (TPSCT). A heavyweight judging panel comprising former Inland Revenue Deputy Commissioner Robin Oliver, TPSCT and former PricewaterhouseCoopers Chair John Shewan, former Secretary of Treasury John…

read more

Bomber Command veterans to reunite

Bomber Command veterans to reunite Lee Stace

Tax Management NZ (TMNZ) has arranged a reunion for the five New Zealand-based Royal Air Force (RAF) veterans it helped three years ago in getting to London to visit the Bomber Command Memorial built to honour their sacrifice during World War II. The Northern Club in Auckland will play host to a lunch for former…

read more

Industry heavyweights to judge young tax professionals’ ideas

Industry heavyweights to judge young tax professionals’ ideas Lee Stace

Four young tax professionals will present and debate their ideas for the future state of the tax system with respected industry figures in Wellington in October – and come away with an inflated bank balance. The Tax Policy Scholarships Charitable Trust (TPSCT) is running a competition for young tax professionals working in the public and…

read more

Expand your business using provisional tax

Expand your business using provisional tax Lee Stace

Provisional tax payments are inevitable and can force any small or medium sized business owners to place plans to expand or reinvest on the backburner. However, Tax Management NZ (TMNZ) has a solution that enables them to manage cashflow better by making an arrangement to pay their tax later. Any owner with cashflow issues should…

read more

New form of protection from IRD penalties, interest

New form of protection from IRD penalties, interest Lee Stace

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…

read more

Ian Kuperus receives NZICA Fellowship

Ian Kuperus receives NZICA Fellowship Lee Stace

Tax Management NZ (TMNZ) founder director Ian Kuperus was recently presented with his NZICA Fellowship at a ceremony in Auckland. Ian’s wife Wendy and TMNZ’s other chartered accountants – chief executive Chris Cunniffe, financial controller Paul Adolph, client services manager Martin Bing, founder director Ian Kuperus, strategy manager Mara Fisher and company accountant Hazel Capiral…

read more

Campbell Live story about 100Percent

Campbell Live story about 100Percent Lee Stace

A charity that Tax Management NZ (TMNZ) is proud to support was featured on Campbell Live last night. The popular current affairs show aired a story about 100Percent and its founder, Dunedin-based medical student Crystal Diong. The charity sees students raise money for World Vision projects by volunteering their time as tutors. All proceeds go…

read more

TMNZ founder director Ian Kuperus offers governance advice

TMNZ founder director Ian Kuperus offers governance advice Lee Stace

Talking with similar sized businesses that are operating in different areas and envisaging how you want your own company to look in five years time. These are two pieces of advice Tax Management NZ (TMNZ) founder director Ian Kuperus has for small businesses who are considering implementing governance. “Envisage how you want the business and…

read more

TMNZ’s Liz Taylor celebrates 10-year anniversary

TMNZ’s Liz Taylor celebrates 10-year anniversary Lee Stace

Liz Taylor has been an employee of TMNZ since 2004. Chief Customer Officer Liz Taylor is today celebrating her 10th anniversary with Tax Management NZ. She reflects on her time with the company. Little did Liz Taylor realise when she answered an advert in a community newspaper that she would still be working for Tax…

read more

100Percent continues to grow

100Percent continues to grow Lee Stace

From left: TMNZ head of digital, technology and operations Jek Tan, World Vision New Zealand head of vision partners Tara Pradhan, TMNZ content writer Lee Stace, World Vision New Zealand vision partner associate North Island Julie Hill and World Vision New Zealand social enterprise consultant Jamie Newth. Photo: Sutherland Burt A charity sponsored by Tax…

read more