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  1. A farmer’s friend in NZ’s greenhouse gas countdown

    BDO’s Charles Rau FCA says CAs are well placed to help NZ’s farmers calculate greenhouse emissions by the 2022 deadline...

  2. How gambling changed in the COVID-19 pandemic

    Just over half of the world’s population gambles each year. Gambling is big business, but at what cost for gambling addicts?...

  3. Professional indemnity protection in volatile times

    Brokers are bracing for an increase in claims against accountants after a tumultuous 2020. Brought to you by Crombie Lockwood...

  4. Olvera First simplifies restructuring processes for small businesses

    A streamlined process could make restructuring a ‘normal’ part of running a small business. Brought to you by Olvera Advisors...

  5. The great reset: How can accountants help ‘build back better’?

    COVID-19 has provided a trigger to create a more prosperous world. What role can accountants play in the great reset?...

  6. Are you covered? Insolvency insurance and COVID-19

    What is the insurance risk for receivers and liquidators in the busy months ahead? Brought to you by Crombie Lockwood...

  7. Insolvency Is Not The Only Option For Business Owners Post-Lockdown

    From the economic fallout of the lockdown comes a question of whether to go insolvent or not. Business owners need to know that a restructure could be a viable option...

  8. Getting your clients ready for the next phase of recovery

    Small business owners can take these key steps to avoid a bumpy landing when COVID-19 supports end. Brought to you by Intuit QuickBooks...

  9. NZ insolvency practitioners warn of spike in company liquidations

    NZ insolvency practitioners warn many businesses will close permanently in February and March after coronavirus supports end...

  10. Zombie Companies Await Insolvency When Stimulus Packages Stop

    Zombie companies that are surviving on the back of government stimulus packages await a slew of insolvencies when the subsidies run out. Click to learn more...

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