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Twelve Days of Kiwiana Christmas: The cost-of-living edition

We calculate the cost of giving your true love a very Kiwi festive season if they live in Australia – NZ Herald, 25 December 2022

Foreign investment funds: Time to ask questions of IRD

Owners of foreign shares have received an early but rather unwelcome Christmas present this year with Inland Revenue taking a new stance on how foreign shares are taxed, says Baker Tilly Staples Rodway Auckland Taxation Services director Mike Rudd – NBR (paywalled), 18 December 2022

Key steps small firms can take to keep their heads above water

Baker Tilly Staples Rodway Christchurch director Dorian Crighton covers some of the key things small business owners can do to get in good shape for 2023BusinessDesk, 14 December 2022

NZ business needs to look to Japan for opportunities

There are big two-way trading and partnership opportunities between New Zealand and Japan, says Baker Tilly Staples Rodway Auckland’s Team Japan director, Annette AzumaNew Zealand Herald (paywalled), 12 December 2022

Lower tax rates may boost foreign investment

Embracing more foreign investment by removing tax barriers could pay off in the long term, says Baker Tilly Staples Rodway Wellington Business Advisory & Taxation Services partner Matt Bonner  RNZ, 12 December 2022  

Bolster your small business for problematic times ahead

Baker Tilly Staples Rodway Christchurch director Dorian Crighton explains how businesses can prepare for upcoming challenges in 2023 – NBR (paywalled), 10 December 2022

Clients thinking outside the box

Reusing empty shipping containers brought growth opportunities for Auckland firm MatchBox Exchange, says Baker Tillys Staples Rodway Auckland Taxation Services director Andrew Dickeson – FTD Mag, pages 24-25, December 2022 - January 2023

NZ Tiny Homes has gone into liquidation

It was too early to tell how much trade creditors were owed or what the estimated deficiency would be to those who were owed money, said Baker Tilly Staples Rodway Auckland Specialist Services directors Tony Maginness and Jared Booth – New Zealand Herald (paywalled), 23 November 2022 

Small businesses face increasing compliance pressures

Large corporates are required to report on their carbon footprint and this pressures often gets pushed down to their SMB suppliers, says Baker Tilly Staples Rodway Christchurch Business Advisory and Specialist Services director Dorian Crighton (interview from 1m19s to 2m20s) – RNZ, 22 November 2022

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