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In a final interpretation released on 7 July 2021, the IRD has concluded that in general, meal expenses for self-employed taxpayers are not deductible for income tax purposes, nor is […]
If you are intending on buying or selling a business, legislation that came into effect on 1 July 2021 will impact the process in which parties allocate the purchase price. […]
After the dramatic tax announcements in March 2021, particularly in regards to the new 39% tax rate, extension of the Brightline rules to ten years and the progressive phasing out […]
Concerns surrounding the potential claiming of personal expenses and not keeping logbooks or not keeping business records to support deductions, have been raised by the IRD. Where IRD have identified […]
The Bill to double the current sick leave entitlement, passed its third reading in Parliament this month. Accordingly, the Bill is expected to come into force mid July 2021. Upon […]
Your business could be stopped in its tracks if someone gained access to your account through hacking, phishing or other cyber attacks. The good news is that many data breaches […]