The link below will take you to the government website that has the most current Active Government Response Package at a Glance:
As New Zealand moves down the COVID-19 alert levels businesses face a long transition period from the unknown to the ‘new normal’.
Social distancing, strict health and safety guidelines, restricted international and regional travel are amongst numerous practises that will likely continue to apply for as long as COVID-19 remains a global threat.
The Yorke Stone Team hasn’t stopped since Covid-19 hit and we are taking this time to stop, get our energy levels back up and rest.
We are back nice and fresh from the 6th of July 2020. Accountants: part time robots but mostly human. We thank everyone for understanding.
We are pleased to introduce Richard Vigus, the newest member of the Yorke Stone family.
You may think New Zealand’s tax rules are difficult to follow. The following unusual, yet permitted deductions in the US may change your mind.
Changes to the provisional tax regime, effective from the 2018 tax year, have generally been well received by taxpayers.
The Income Tax Act 2007 has long contained provisions to tax the sale of property (or other assets) acquired with the intention of disposal. However, ‘intention’ is a subjective concept and has been difficult for Inland Revenue to police.
Ratio analysis is a method of gaining insight into a company’s liquidity, efficiency and profitability by comparing the information contained in its financial statements.
Various tax concessions exist that can save significant time and money, but they are often overlooked.