Improve your business results by comparing your results with your industry’s leaders using Gilligan Sheppard benchmarking. Size up your competition by measuring your internal results against external standards, identifying areas for improvement and developing strategies to address them.Read more »
Gilligan Sheppard clients can now access their own Gilligan Sheppard electronic data space, which can be used to send information to us and to view their uploaded documents as required. Gilligan Sheppard will upload clients’ signed financial accounts and minutes.Read more »
New minimum wage rates take effect from 1 April 2012.Read more »
Write off bad debt before 31st March, Count inventory, Spare parts, Consumable aids, Review fixed assets, Holiday pay & bonuses, Prepaid expenses, Overdrawn Current Accounts...Read more »
Changes to ESCT from April 2012. ESCT (employer superannuation contribution tax) is tax deducted from employers' cash contributions to KiwiSaver schemes, complying funds and other superannuation funds.Read more »
Do you make your payments to IRD through internet banking?Read more »
From 1 July 2011, employers are required to retain a signed copy of each employment agreement or the current signed terms and conditions of employment .Read more »
To cope with workflow, this year we have again adopted a similar job queuing process to last year. Unless there are exceptional circumstances, each job will be processed on a ‘first in first out’ basis.
We believe this is fairest for all clients. In order for us to prepare accurate accounts and income tax returns, we need accurate information from you. Please carefully complete these checklists, sign and return them to us with your records.
Important information about LAQC changes – the legislation is now final
You may have heard or read about recent LAQC changes and wondered how these may affect your company. The purpose of this letter is to keep you informed about those changes and advise you of the next steps.
Employer invoicing by ACC takes place in July and is based on employee earnings for the year ended 31 March.Read more »