Finance

Work-life balance sacrificed to chase invoices
Unpaid invoices are plaguing New Zealand small businesses and coming at the cost of...
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Pay tax on your terms
Business taxpayers can now pay income tax on their terms, not the IRD's. Tax Management NZ's IRD-approved Flexi Account allows taxpayers to choose how and when they make their provisional or terminal tax payments.
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Turning farming into a tech business
Turning farming into a tech business
New Zealand’s competitive advantage in farming will be maintained if we continue to invest in new...
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Business grant and mentoring package on offer
For the second year running, #MyBizQuest is looking for ambitious entrepreneurs who are keen...
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Trading platform celebrates 10 years
Trading platform celebrates 10 years
Global online trading platform, CMC Markets is celebrating ten years of operation in New Zealand...
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New Zealand reports record-low payment times
New Zealand reports record-low payment times
New Zealand invoice payment times have fallen to their lowest point in over a decade, with businesses taking...
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New equity crowdfunding platform backs start ups
A new online equity crowdfunding platform is offering wholesale investors the opportunity to back Kiwi start-ups on the same terms as angel investors.
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1Above announces capital raise
1Above, the travel wellbeing company, has launched a funding campaign through equity crowdfunding platform, Equitise.
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SuchCrowd leading the way for better investment terms
SuchCrowd has set a new precedent for investment documentation in New Zealand. The Lightning Lab Christchurch Alumni company is the first to gain approval for match funding from NZVIF using KISS documentation. 
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Business tax changes a “game changer”
Proposed changes to how businesses pay tax will remove a key pain point for most SME owners says accounting software developer MYOB.
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Holiday pay: How to fix the problem fast
With the furore erupting around the issue of holiday pay, an industry insider says it is necessary to take a deep breath and a step back to make sure the right information is being acted upon.
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Free online financial problem-solving service
An obligation-free, online financial problem-solving service for business and individuals has been launched by Crowe Horwath.
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Plenty to do before Christmas shutdown
Chartered accountant group, NZ CA Limited, reminds businesses that there are important tasks still to be completed before the doors can be closed for Christmas. 
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“Beautifully disruptive” hi-tech fabrics firm seeks capital
Early-stage smart textiles firm Footfalls & Heartbeats has launched a public share offer with equity crowdfunding platform My Angel Investment.
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Navigating the financial reporting changes
March 31st was the first time that many New Zealand companies will prepare their financial statements under the new Financial Reporting Act 2013. 
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Equitise celebrates Rabble take-over
New Zealand’s third equity-crowdfunding service, Equitise, is gaining a major competitive advantage with its acquisition of the Rabble.co.nz online business community.
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Businesses using online accounting tools get paid faster
New Zealand small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) using online accounting are getting paid 11 days faster now than they were in 2011, according to research undertaken by Xero.
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Businesses predict NZD parity with AUD
The latest ASB Kiwi Dollar Barometer finds the majority of businesses surveyed expect the NZD to reach parity with the AUD over the coming year. 
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ICE Angels chalks up best year ever
Auckland based angel investment network the ICE Angels has announced that 2013 was its best year on record.  
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Businesses chase $2.5 billion in unpaid invoices
New Zealand’s small businesses are owed $2.5 billion in unpaid invoices each month, with staff spending 18 million hours a year chasing them.
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