What the election means for taxes  

Hamish Mexted Accounting & Compliance, Business Strategy & Planning, Odds & Ends

  Labour’s come into the hot-seat of Government and is promising some changes. They’re focused on social reform, housing issues, education, health…and tax. On the tax front, they’re after a tax system where everyone contributes ‘fairly’. Rightly or wrongly, the implication is that the current system isn’t ‘fair’. The view, and again rightly or wrongly, is that everyone isn’t paying …

What does December 2017 look like for you?

Riann Umaga-Marshall Business Strategy & Planning, Increasing Profit, Time Saving & Processes

2016 finished just a few weeks ago, but already businesses are planning one year, two years, even five years ahead. When you sit down and start mapping out the year’s events and activities on a big annual calendar, you suddenly realise – a year isn’t a very long time. A one-year business plan is integral to your success in the …

“2017 is the year I’m going to……..”

Riann Umaga-Marshall Business Strategy & Planning, HR & Managing Staff, Increasing Profit, Managing Cash

How many times have you made a New Year’s Resolution and not stuck to it? Set business targets at the beginning of the year, and not really given them much thought after that? Or set vague goals that don’t really mean anything? These 5 simple tricks will help you set better goals, and keep you ‘on mission’. Write them down …