There’s no denying that zombies are a hot topic with a huge fan following, and the entertainment industry is saturated with books, movies and TV series all putting their spin on how a zombie virus might play out. Admittedly, my teenage son and I have engaged in several strategic conversations about how we would zombie-proof…Details
We are extremely proud to once again offer the UHY Haines Norton $6,000 Study Scholarship. This is a NZ$6,000 grant towards study fees of an undergraduate Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Business Studies to a Year 13 student attending selected West Auckland secondary schools. The grant is awarded as NZ$2,000 each year for three…Details
Issued 26th May 2017 The 2017 Budget announced on 25 May 2017 is a balanced budget with a few tax concessions. I.e., changes to the personal marginal tax bandings and increases in the Working for Families entitlements. The budget also makes provision to provide resilience against any future shocks to the economy. The Government reported…Details
Voting for the proposed Henderson – Lincoln – Central Park Business Association closed at the end of March. Although the level of support was promising, unfortunately the amount of eligible votes returned did not reach the 25% threshold – falling just short at 24%. The Henderson Lincoln Business Association, West Auckland Business Club and Central…Details
Tim Livingstone explains the benefits a Business Improvement District programme would provide to the businesses and residents in the Henderson – Lincoln – Central Park area. Voting for the proposed Henderson – Lincoln – Central Park Business Association is now underway. The Business Improvement District (BID) programme is a public-private agreement between Auckland Council and…Details
We are thrilled to announce that the winner of the UHY Haines Norton Study Scholarship 2016 is Reagan Davis, a Year 13 student from St Dominic’s Catholic College. Reagan will receive NZ$6,000 towards her tertiary education. Reagan has an outstanding academic record, achieving excellence for NCEA Levels 1, 2 and 3. At the school’s 2016…Details
An accountant is someone who solves a problem you didn’t know you had in a way you don’t understand. Why are accountants always so calm, composed and methodical? They have strong internal controls. How does Santa’s accountant value his sleigh? Net Present Value. Be audit you can be. What’s the difference between tax avoidance and…Details
New Zealand Home Loans shares their top five mistakes to avoid when it comes to paying off your mortgage. Fixing your entire mortgage. While there are some very tempting fixed rates at the moment, if you choose to fix your entire loan you are also locking in how fast (or slow in most cases) you…Details
- Welcome to the accounting department, where everybody counts.
- It’s accrual world.
- Where do homeless accountants live? In a tax shelter.
- A fine is a tax for doing wrong. A tax is a fine for doing well.
- What do you call an accountant with an opinion? An auditor.