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Client Newsletter – Spring 2013
In each article below we have given a short summary of the topic so if you would like to read more please click on the links to our website.
Our tax update includes the following topics:
• Benefits of Look-Through Companies
• Mixed-use assets
• Are your interest payments tax deductible?
• Overseas Exchange Gains are Taxable
• Foreign Superannuation & Pensions
• Land-related lease payments
• R & D: cash back for tax losses?
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TAX AUDIT INSURANCE
In conjunction with Vero, McIsaacs offers a tax audit insurance. This service allows clients to be covered for the professional costs (up to a certain level) that arise in the event of the IRD reviewing or auditing any tax return filed. The benefits of this service include...Click here to read more.
STAFF CHANGES AND NEWS
Sonal Harkinson has left McIsaacs to work overseas with her husband. We wish Sonal all the best in her new endeavours.
Roger visited his family in the United Kingdom earlier this year. Despite the UK weather living up to its reputation, Roger enjoyed the trip and will return late next year for his daughter's wedding.
Our tax partner, Chris Lindsay, recently returned from a 5 day trek through part of the Grand Canyon in the United States. Apart from the odd flash flood and the high temperatures, Chris enjoyed the trek and can recommend the experience to any intrepid travellers.
ARE YOUR BOOKS AND RECORDS FOR 2013 READY?
With only just over 2 months until Christmas, if you have not yet brought in your books and records for year ended 31st March 2013 now is a good time to get them sorted and into us.
If you missed our Online Checklist sent via email on 30th March 2013 you can telephone Brenda or Denise at our office and they will send you a PDF version to print and complete.
The above E-newsletter notes and the related articles on our web site are of a general nature and therefore we urge clients who may be affected by these changes to contact us to discuss your specific circumstances before making any changes or drawing conclusions.
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