KiwiSaver has undergone some significant changes this year. These changes are going to give Kiwis more control over how much they are contributing and are designed to promote more active decisions when it comes to saving for your retirement. These changes also include more options for kiwis over the age of sixty. Let’s take a [...]
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There is a new proposed Tax law that you need to be aware of regarding residential losses. This proposed Tax rule is likely to be passed in parliament in June 2019, this new legislation will be backdated to 1st April 2019. What Does This New Tax Rule Involve? Starting from the 1st of April 2019 [...]
Minimum Wage Set to Rise April of 2019 The Government has officially announced that from the 1st of April 2019 the minimum wage will rise to $17.70 per hour. The starting out and training wages will also increase at this time to $14.16 per hour from the same date. The Government has also announced that [...]
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