May 2019 Newsletter

Last month the Coalition Government rejected the Capital Gains Tax recommendations produced by the Tax Working Group. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern ruled out a capital gains tax under her leadership, saying that no consensus was able to be reached within...

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April 2019 Newsletter

Hi there, Welcome to our latest Newsletter In December of last year the Coalition government passed employment law reform which comes into force in the second half of 2019. The reforms will change the dynamic between employers and employees in New...

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February 2019 Newsletter

Hi there, How are you? Welcome to our latest edition. Below we have some informational articles that you may have missed this month - so please put your feet up, take a break and have a read. Kind regards The Directors...

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January 2019 Newsletter

Hi there, The new year stands before us, like a chapter in a book, waiting to be written. We can help write that story by setting goals. On this New Year, may you change your direction and not dates, change your...

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October 2018 Newsletter

Welcome to our latest Newsletter In New Zealand de-facto relationships are increasingly prevalent. In the 1996 Census there were just over 236,000 people in de facto relationships. By 2013 this figure had risen to 409,000. While the 2018 census won’t...

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September 2018 Newsletter

Welcome to our latest newsletter, As many of you may know, the Overseas Investment Amendment Bill received Royal Assent in August and is set to come into effect on 22 October 2018. The new legislation will have a significant effect...

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August 2018 Newsletter

Welcome to this month's newsletter. We have a selection of new articles for you this month, and we're sure something of interest for everyone! As always, please get in touch if we can be of assistance. Kind regards The Directors...

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July 2018 Newsletter

Hello Welcome to our July Newsletter In New Zealand, the settlement of a trust is a frequently utilised legal structure to hold and protect assets for the benefit of people in the future. However what happens when the trustees of...

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June 2018 Newsletter

Hello Welcome to our June Newsletter In 2009 New Zealand passed a law called the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009 (we call it the AML/CFT law). The purpose of the law reflects New Zealand’s commitment to…

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May 2018 Newsletter

Hello Welcome to our May Newsletter To combat rapidly rising residential house prices both the previous National and the new Labour led Coalition Government have passed legislation to introduce new rules for residential land sales with the aim of dampening…

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