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Managing seasonal hospitality sales

Choose to succeed by planning for seasonal flow.

April 3rd, 2017|Hospitality|

7 Ways to Grow Your Business

The greatest challenge to business is not our competitors, nor technology.

March 22nd, 2017|General, Hospitality|

The 7 Key Causes of Poor Cashflow

If you are in business, you know cash can get squeezed.

March 8th, 2017|Agri, General, Hospitality|

Employee gets $20,000 plus 8 months’ wages

Disciplinary procedures. Not just a process.

February 27th, 2017|Agri, General, Hospitality|

Proof that Prime Costs matter

Without an additional dollar of sales, a 5% reduction in prime costs against sales raised our net income 100%.

February 20th, 2017|General, Hospitality|

Why Mathieson Chartered Accountants partnered with FUTRLI

“If the opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door”

February 14th, 2017|General|

Employment Agreements are for mutual benefit

Avoid a potential penalty of up to $50,000. Employment Agreement’s must clearly set out legally required terms and conditions of the employment arrangement.

February 10th, 2017|General|

Why My Planning is Better Than Yours

“Few people have any next, they live from hand to mouth without a plan, and are always at the end of their line.”

January 26th, 2017|General|

Time Spent Managing Accounts Halved – Pekanga Farms & Mathieson Chartered Accountants

In fact, since switching accounting software, Lee-Anne says she has slashed the amount of time she now needs to spend on her books in half.

October 31st, 2016|General|

Changes to land sales could affect you

Changes to land sales could affect you Are you selling residential land? From 1 July 2016, a new withholding tax – residential  land withholding tax (RLWT) –may need to be deducted from a property sale/disposal where the property being sold/disposed of is in New Zealand and meets definition of 'residential', and the vendor: acquired the property on or after 1 October 2015, and has owned it for less than two years before selling or disposing of the property, and is an offshore RLWT person Obviously, this affects non-residents. Less obviously, an 'offshore RLWT person' includes New Zealand resident companies who have shareholdings of 25% or greater held by foreign [...]

June 13th, 2016|General|