RSM New Zealand
14 December 2020

2020 in Review - a Message from our Chairman

What a year it has been.  This time last year, if you had read about the events of 2020 you could well have thought you were reading a science fiction novel. 
30 November 2020

Ideas & Insights - Tax Update

2020 is nearing an end and what a year it has been! As the international response to the Covid-19 outbreak continues we are working closely with clients both domestically and globally to prepare, respond, and share our experiences from a New Zealand...
27 November 2020

Extended External Reporting

Accountants are wonderful at providing the world with new acronyms.  EER is one of these.  This article looks at what this means and why it is important and starting to attract a lot more attention. 
25 November 2020

RSM World Day 2020

Each year RSM firms around the world take a day out of their busy schedules to reflect, refresh, and unite as a part of World Day.
27 October 2020

Climate Risk Reporting –The Challenge and Opportunity

Before discussing climate risk reporting, and the various challenges and opportunities it is likely to bring, let’s first look at ‘why’.
10 September 2020

Government helps high earners kick coffee habit!

Government Tax Policy - what does it mean? Government helps high earners kick coffee habit. That is possibly a bit tongue in cheek but not too far from the truth in reality.
18 August 2020

COVID-19 Government Assistance - Update

We hope you are going steady under Alert Level 3 and staying positive as much as you can. We understand these can be trying times however if you need some support the Government has just announced a Covid-19 Resurgence Wage Subsidy scheme.
6 August 2020

Matariki - Our People

Matariki is the Māori name for a cluster of stars, & signals the start of the Māori New Year. It is a time to celebrate new life, to remember those who’ve passed and to plan for the future. For Kiwis it also provides an opportunity to reflect,...
22 July 2020

Some lessons from Te Ao Maori

As part of our series on Matariki, Craig Fisher reflects on the mahi (work) he does in Te Ao Maori (the Maori world). In this article Craig shares his learnings & takeaways - this is his story. 
14 July 2020

Matariki, Covid-19 & People first

The rise of Matariki (the Māori name for the star cluster also known as Pleiades) in the winter skies above Aotearoa signifies the start of the Māori New Year. Matariki is becoming more widely celebrated as being a time that friends and family...

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