The 4 most common business structures in NZ

A quick guide to the most commonly used business structures in New Zealand: sole trader, limited company, partnership and joint venture.

Are you ready for payday filing?

This is a law change. It is compulsory from April 1, 2019. It is your responsibility as an employer to ensure you can easily comply with this law.

NZ Businesses: Why it’s time to review your business plan

This is an important time of year for NZ businesses. Here’s why you should revisit & review your business plan & adjust goals for the new financial year…

2 Simple steps to improve cash flow in a small business

Cash flow is the lifeblood of any business – you should be considering ways to improve cash flow so that you can grow. Here’s some great tips…

Need to improve your cash flow? It could be time to focus on your Accounts Receivable

Efficient collection of Accounts Receivable can greatly improve cash flow. Here’s what small businesses should know about optimising Accounts Receivable.

Cashflow vs Profit – What to focus on when starting a new business

What is the difference between cashflow and profit and which should you focus on when starting up a new business to maximise success?

3 steps to conquering your number-phobia

3 easy steps to conquer your fears of numbers in business. Find out here…

Retail in the digital age: What’s the second big change your business must make to thrive?

The challenges posed by retail in the digital age mean that a seamless customer experience has become a necessity for store owners. Find out why here…

Retail in the digital age: What’s the first big change your business must make to thrive?

Retail in the digital age is a major challenge for brick & mortar store owners especially – there are some big changes to make: here’s the first one…