As Global Bookkeeping Week comes to an end for 2019, we take a look at some of the trends that will be shaping the profession in 2020 and beyond.
New Zealand has one of the highest rates of trusts per capita in the world, but the law regarding trusts has been long overdue for an update. If you’re a trustee, there are some things you should know before changes come into force in 2021, writes Henry Brandts-Giesen.
Due to the complexity of the Holidays Act and changes in the way the Government is enforcing compliance, payroll advisory has become a huge opportunity for accountants if they can overcome a few barriers to entry, wriites Quentin McKie.
Human resources tends to be associated with larger companies, but HR for small business is just as important as it is for the big end of town.
The New Zealand government has established a taskforce to bring key stakeholders together in reviewing and recommending changes to the Holidays Act 2003.
What compliance changes are coming in 2018/19? The new financial year is almost upon us, and with it comes a number of tax and legislative changes that you need to be ready for.
For small businesses, trying to remain compliant with all relevant legal and regulatory requirements to operate legally can be daunting.
No business owner expects employee fraud to happen in their business. But it’s a significant problem faced by businesses of all types, sizes, locations and industries.