July Round Up

2021 law changes round-up

From sick leave updates to new investment property rules, we’ve gathered this year’s law changes into one place. Check out this summary to see what applies to your business.

Great minds don’t always think alike

Conflict is a part of running a small business. Managed the right way, it can lead to positive things, like new ideas, products, services, or ways of doing business.

Deadline extended for R&D tax credit applications

If you want a Research and Development tax credit for the 2019/2020 or 2020/2021 tax years, you have until 31 August 2021 to get your applications in. Payments will be processed in early 2022.

Get a subsidy for health and safety advice

If you’re in manufacturing or residential construction, you might be eligible for an ACC subsidy to help pay for health and safety advice from a HASANZ-registered advisor.

Don’t miss out: Get your Resurgence Support application in

Applications for the Resurgence Support Payment will close at 11.59pm on Thursday 29 July 2021. If your business or organisation is facing a reduction in revenue due to the alert level increase on 23 June 2021 you may be eligible to apply.

Make it easy for customers to scan in

Contact tracing is a key way to help protect New Zealand from future lockdowns. Make it easy for customers and visitors to your business to see your QR posters and scan in.

Have your say!

As the local business association, we spend a  lot of time talking with political leaders and decision-makers whose rulings affect our community. We want everyone to have a say, so fill in the form and let us know what you think Silverdale needs!

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