COVID-19: Loss carry-back rules– fine in theory, but watch for fishhooks

01 May, 2020 by Robyn Walker, Business continuity

On 30 April, the Government fast-tracked new legislation to introduce further tax changes in response to the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak.

COVID-19: Practical information about complying with the Wage Subsidy Scheme and changes to the Essential Workers Leave Support Scheme

28 April, 2020 by Robyn Walker, Business continuity

On 1 May 2020 the Essential Workers Leave Support Scheme is being expanded. We've broken down the most up to date information about the Leave Support Scheme and the Wage Subsidy Scheme.

COVID-19: Business rescue

21 April, 2020 by David Webb, Business continuity

There are existing tools available that can help your business recover from the effects that COVID-19 has had on the business environment. The Government has also recently announced a new tool; the Business Debt Hibernation Scheme.

COVID-19: The latest tax announcements - 15 April 2020

15 April, 2020 by Bill Hale, Business continuity

New announcements on the 15th April 2020 will see loss-making businesses get a tax boost and the Commissioner receiving more discretion - find out more in our blog article.

COVID-19: Reintroduction of tax depreciation on certain buildings

08 April, 2020 by Denise Hodgkins, Business continuity

On 17 March 2020, the Government announced a package of measures to support businesses through the impact of COVID-19. One of the measures introduced was the reintroduction of tax depreciation on commercial and industrial buildings.

COVID-19: Summary of the Wage Subsidy Scheme and Essential Workers Leave Support Scheme

07 April, 2020 by Robyn Walker, Business continuity

Since first being introduced on 17 March 2020, the Wage Subsidy Scheme has undergone a number of transformations including changes and refinements to the scheme. In this article, we summarise the key features of the Wage Subsidy Scheme and the newly

COVID-19: Fringe Benefit Tax and employment considerations

06 April, 2020 by Robyn Walker, Business continuity

As a result of the lockdown measures the Government has put in place to fight the battle against COVID-19, there are a number of issues arising due to a significant proportion of employees now either working from home or unable to work due to the Ale

COVID-19: Cross-border workers and tax considerations

06 April, 2020 by Joanne McCrae, Business continuity

The COVID-19 Level 4 Alert lockdown has caused uncertainty in many areas of tax, including the taxation and tax residency of individuals who are now highly restricted in their ability to travel internationally to and from New Zealand.

COVID-19: R&D tax credit broader refundability

06 April, 2020 by Simon Taylor, Business continuity

The recently enacted COVID-19 Response (Taxation and Social Assistance Urgent Measures) Act 2020 allows for broader refundability of R&D tax credits for loss making businesses conducting R&D.

COVID-19: Changes to the New Zealand insolvency regime – 6 April 2020

06 April, 2020 by David Webb, Business continuity

On 3 April, the Minister of Finance, Hon Grant Robertson, announced several changes to the New Zealand insolvency regime. These changes came following concerns that a number of well-governed, viable firms had become vulnerable as a result of COVID-19

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