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Bernadette Logue – Transformation Life Coach, author & Leader of The Daily Positive

Our client Bernadette Logue worked in the private sector Recruitment Consultancy as a senior consultant before realising in her early 30s her true passion for unlocking the performance potential in individuals. She also recognised that this desire to help people went far beyond the workplace and was more about helping people to unleash their potential […]

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ACC Cover Plus Extra

CoverPlus Extra can be extremely beneficial for self-employed and shareholder/employees instead of the usual CoverPlus in the unfortunate event you may need it. With the default Cover Plus you must prove your income at the time of your claim and this can be difficult and time-consuming. Your latest accounts may not be prepared or you […]

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Tax changes for property investors

– the bright-line test. The Government is not wasting time considering legislation that will extend the bright-line test on residential property sales from two years to five years as part of the its crack-down on property speculators. This means that profits from properties which are bought and sold within five years will generally be taxable. […]

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NZ Super – don’t miss out

The countdown to the long-awaited NZ superannuation is seldom over-looked, but don’t miss out on getting your entitlement from your 65th birthday because you over-look applying ahead of time. That is defined as 12 weeks ahead of your 65th birthday. The reason this is also important is that payments are not back-dated if you are […]

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Granite Lifeforce tonics

Granite Lifeforce Tonics had its beginnings at a time when nurturing our bodies for ultimate good health and well-being wasn’t as embraced as it is today. But how things have changed. Our clients Kathy Just and Steve Weller love what they do which is making a difference to people’s lives with their Granite Lifeforce range […]

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Hacking warning

Cyber security is considered to be one of the biggest threats to businesses –  just think of the recent ransomware infection Wannacry – and hackers are increasingly deploying new methods to wreak havoc in the cyber world. And as we know our home systems are equally vulnerable. The following happened in New Zealand in the […]

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Online trading – a hobby or business

Selling goods occasionally via online sites like TradeMe or e-Bay is an okay and simple way to make a few dollars. In fact, with over 4 million TradeMe member accounts it’s likely you are very familiar with the process of online buying and selling. If, however, you make money regularly selling items or services online […]

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