Epson unveils new WorkForce Pro printers with high-capacity ink packs
Epson launches mono WorkForce Pro printers, WF-M5399 and WF-M5899, boasting high-capacity ink packs for efficient, eco-friendly printing.
Auckland SaaS start-up Afirmo transforming small business operations
New Zealand start-up Afirmo is transforming small business operations with its holistic software platform, attracting 3500 customers in its first year.
Amazon vs. consumers on the Aussie shutout
Amazon announced that due to GST regulation they will no longer be shipping from the US to Australia. Its comment and the consumer perspective inside.
Government closes GST loophole for offshore companies
Government closes loophole giving offshore firms an advantage by not requiring them to collect GST on goods sold to local consumers.
NZ Government clamps down on GST for overseas goods retailers
From October 1, 2019, overseas websites selling into the New Zealand market will have to register for GST, just like any Kiwi company.
Xero improves tax time by bringing eGST into software
After successful trials, Xero is bringing direct electronic GST returns to its software that can be sent straight to the IRD, the company reports.
MYOB: It's out with paper, in with online GST services for Kiwi SMEs
According to MYOB, this is the first e-GST service for New Zealanders, and is the result of working with the IRD for several months.
Online GST changes a mixed bag for Kiwis, says InternetNZ
InternetNZ critiques NZ's new online GST policy, stressing its need for fair execution without harming e-commerce.
Draft law heralds end of GST-free digital goods
The days of GST-free music, games, e-books and software purchased online are coming to an end, with plans to tax online services from next October.
Government moves on GST threshold to help Kiwi retailers
New Zealand retailers welcome proposal to lower threshold for GST on imported goods, aiming to compete fairly with foreign websites.
NZ retail sales rise, but we're not out of the woods yet
The total volume of New Zealand retail sales rose 2.7% for the March 2015 quarter, which is the largest percentage increase since December 2006.
Netflix tax, multinational tax crackdown leveling playing field
The Government says it’s leveling the playing field with digital GST and a crack-down on multinational companies' tax avoidance.
NZ government turns to $269 mln deficit in 8 months to February
The New Zealand government turned to a deficit in the first eight months of the financial year, although the shortfall was smaller than forecast as th.
CCH Integrator launch to address major NZ corporate reliance on Excel
CCH Integrator debuts in NZ, tackling corporate tax woes with a cloud-based GST solution, phasing out conventional Excel reliance.
HP TouchPad price queried
More questions raised about parity of prices as exchange rate inflates discrepancies.
Virtual real estate agent launched
Online real estate company 200 Square has opened its virtual doors.
Business profitability 'deteriorating again'
A Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion has suggested that the economy in reverse.
Getting ready for the tax changes
New Zealand tax system set for major overhaul from October 1st, with changes to GST, PAYE, and company tax. Businesses urged to prepare.
FAQ: GST and software - questions answered
Managing transactions such as subscriptions, deposits, laybys, rebates and volume discounts requires careful attention.
MYOB unveils 'LiveAccounts'
Online accounting solution poised to revolutionise the accounting industry says company.
GRAPPLING WITH GST
Financial managers are pondering what this year's Budget will hold.
DON'T MISS: Auldhouse Windows 7 Training Offer
Auldhouse is offering a training package that includes a free Windows 7 Ultimate Edition and a Windows 7 Administrator’s Pocket Consultant Book and exam voucher.
Xero wins international technium challenge
Congratulations to Xero, winner of the International Technium Challenge organised by International Business Wales and Technium UK.