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No other firm has our depth of knowledge and experience in property investment. We literally wrote the bookProperty 101 by Matthew Gilligan! We offer services to help property investors succeed and education to help property investors succeed to help property investors succeed. Learn more about GRA services to help property investors succeed..

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GRA's Taxation Compliance Division prepares financial statements and taxation returns for many types of organisations. Large companies and small to medium sized businesses.. Learn more..about GRA tax consultancy services..

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Everyone has to pay their share of taxes, and we have no qualms about that. But there are many things that you can deduct and do to reduce your taxation obligations. Learn more..about GRA Asset planning accounting services

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GRA Blogs: Latest Posts

 Matthew Gilligan  09 Sep 21

Matthew Gilligan Most readers will be well acquainted with the fact that we are expecting the interest deductibility rules to kick in from 1 October 2021. You will also likely be aware that as at the time of writing (early September), these rules are yet to be revealed. This is an entirely unacceptable state of affairs, leaving investors to make purchase ...

 John Rowe  25 May 21

John Rowe There always seem to be people with a complete lack of integrity trying to scam the rest of us out of our hard-earned money or steal our private information (like passwords). Below is a copy of the latest scam I received. The email appears to be from the IRD, and of course has a “Login” link they are trying to ...

 Salesh Chand  07 Sep 21

Salesh Chand Following on form my previous Covid Support blog, there are a couple of Covid-related government support updates you should know about. Wage SubsidyThe Government have announced a second wage subsidy, called the Wage Subsidy August 2021 #2. 1. Applications are open from 3-16 September 2021.2. If you applied for the first subsidy, you must wait 14 days after your original application before applying for the ...

John Heaslip Apart from a few special rules, any cost necessary to run your business will probably be tax deductible. However, there are a few things to be aware of - some items that you might assume could be claimed can't be, and conversely, there may be others you didn't realise are legitimate expenses.GeneralIf you have "incurred" an expense, you can claim ...

 Anthony Strevens  29 Jun 21

Anthony Strevens As part of the increase in the top individual tax rate to 39%, the government has brought in the requirement to provide Inland Revenue more information in your trust tax returns. This applies from the 2022 tax year onwards. They have done this to ensure that Inland Revenue will have plenty of information in order to decide whether or ...

 Anna Loginova  03 Jun 21

Anna Loginova We have noticed that more and more employers are incentivising their employees by offering shares and share options as part of their employment packages. Shares can also be offered to past and future employees. Offering shares provides an opportunity to motivate and retain key employees of the business by offering them “skin in the game”, and can thus be beneficial ...

 The Professional Trustee Team  02 Jul 21

The Professional Trustee Team So you have set up a trust and you are a trustee, and you wonder, “what are my obligations as a trustee?” To answer that question we turn to the Trusts Act. Under this Act there are two classes of trustee duties, being mandatory and default. The mandatory duties are what they sound like. They are irrefutable obligations that trustees ...

 Kris Pedersen  29 Jul 21

Kris Pedersen As little as a month ago, many economists were predicting that it would be mid to late 2022 before we see the Reserve Bank raise the Official Cash Rate (OCR). This situation has rapidly changed with the market now pricing in a 90% chance that the rate will increase at the next review date, which is 18 August 2021. ...

Mark Honeybone There have been many changes to legislation affecting property investors over the past 4½ years. We have had:•  Healthy Homes Standards•  Loan-to-value ratio (LVR) changes•  Requirement for heat pumps•  Loss of claiming interest as an expense How have property investors reacted and what has happened? Before I go on, there is one thing I want to get off my chest first. ...

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