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CLIENT NEWSLETTER – SUMMER 2017

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 link to our website for the full article and newsletter.

 

Christmas closedown period

We are closing for the Christmas break on Friday the 22nd of December 2017 at midday and reopening on Monday the 15th of January 2018. We wish you a safe and happy holiday season and a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

 

Is your Christmas Spirit Tax Deductible?

Christmas is fast approaching and so is the time that businesses may reward customers and staff with Xmas functions and Xmas gifts.  This article considers the deductibility of these expenses.

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Technology and R&M

The condition of New Zealand's housing stock was hotly debated during the lead up to the election. Houses that were acceptable in the 1970's are now considered outdated and low quality for 21st century living. With the introduction of a new Government we are waiting to see what changes will be implemented for landlords, for example, will a housing Warrant of Fitness be introduced? 

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Accommodation allowances

In today's fast changing commercial environment, it is common for employers to provide board or accommodation to employees, and move staff to new locations based on the needs of the business. This can occur when permanently moving an employee to a new location, or when temporarily seconding an employee to a different location. 

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