Posts in December


Xero partners with New Zealand Football to support football communities in Aotearoa

I’m thrilled to announce Xero is partnering with New Zealand Football to help support football clubs across Aotearoa, helping Kiwis balance better numbers off the field through a club support programme.   Through this long-term partnership agreement, which will run until 2026, we’re aiming to build on increased interest in the beautiful game that will no… [Read the full article »]


Making Tax Digital for ITSA has been delayed, but we’re ready to support you

HMRC has announced that Making Tax Digital (MTD) for Income Tax Self Assessment (ITSA) has been delayed until April 2026. With small businesses, accountants and bookkeepers facing challenging times, we understand and support the delay from HMRC – giving you more time to prepare.  From this date, landlords and self-employed people earning above £50,000 annually… [Read the full article »]


Key insights into small business performance in 2022

While many hoped 2022 would be a year of recalibrating and regaining some certainty, it instead brought more change that small businesses have had to adapt to.  We’ve been talking to our customers throughout the year, gathering information on how they’re feeling, how their business is performing, and the key challenges they are facing. Thanks… [Read the full article »]


Tips to keep sustainability top of mind this festive season

After a turbulent few years for the world, this end of year period is shaping up to be a time of relative normality and a great chance to unwind, rest and have the time to connect with friends and family. This time of year means different things to different people all around the world. However… [Read the full article »]


Five tips for small businesses to kickstart the New Year

Running a small business is no small feat. The journey can be a roller coaster of ups and downs, and sometimes sound business advice can be tricky to come by.  As the holiday season fast approaches, it’s a great time to reflect on the year that has been and establish your business priorities for FY24.… [Read the full article »]


Thanks for joining us at the New Zealand Roadshow 2022

As the New Zealand Roadshow 2022 – Tiny Edition comes to a close, we reflect on an incredible six months on the road.  We visited 28 locations across Aotearoa, travelled over 7000 kms, hosted 112 events, and served over 800 coffees from our tiny home.  It’s been a whirlwind few months, and we’re feeling grateful… [Read the full article »]


Thrive’s founder on how sustainability can help businesses achieve impact and profit

Small business owners and entrepreneurs can feel like they face immense pressure to not only drive profits, but take positive action for our planet as a whole.  While these aren’t mutually exclusive, owners with a huge amount on their plates face a real challenge in understanding how they can achieve both.  B-Corp certified accounting practice… [Read the full article »]


Why you should embrace eInvoicing, according to the experts

eInvoicing is a new way to send and receive invoices electronically directly between accounting systems. How? It’s all done via a secure platform called the Peppol network. Not only does eInvoicing help facilitate faster payment times, but it’s also more efficient, accurate and – importantly – safer. In fact, everyone from enterprises (like Bunnings) to… [Read the full article »]


Clarative Accounting is building for the future with construction clients

The events of 2020 and the years since have forced us all to change in some way or another. Many changed how we work, our long-term goals, and most importantly, how we prioritise what’s important to us.  This was certainly the case for Carly Shaw from Clarative Accounting. During the pandemic, Carly made the difficult… [Read the full article »]


Get your NZ payroll fit for the festive season

As we near the end of the year and begin to wind down for the summer break, it’s a good time to make sure you’ve got your payroll sorted. We get asked lots of payroll questions around this time of year so here are the answers to the most common ones. How do I pay… [Read the full article »]

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