About julie

Name:
Julie Keyworth
About me:
Julie has been part of Capital Accounting for a long while now initially commuting from the Wairarapa but now living in Lower Hutt. However she finds nothing beats getting back over the hill for the local culture and to catch up with friends and family. Julie enjoys her role dealing with clients and pro-actively helping them improve the way they do things.

Succession Planning

… the three categories of succession There are many benefits to being a small business owner such as being your own boss, leading a team and the ability to give back to your community. A well-funded retirement account, though, is not one of these many benefits. Most of us believe that, when the time is […]

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GST for all online shopping

Buying items from overseas looks set to become more expensive from October next year as GST is added to all online purchases. Overseas retailers selling items of less than $400 to Kiwis online will be required to collect GST in the same way they are registered to collect GST on digital purchases such as Netflix […]

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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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