Covid-19 Business Advice
Sound Advice from Reputable NZ Sources
We have created this section to support our local business with the excellent advice available right now for keeping your business afloat through the Coronavirus pandemic. Most of this content is sourced from a range of online publishers, all of whom are credited in the blog posts. Please help each other and share the positive advice and actions you can take to keep your business alive.
Tony Alexander - Weeding Out and Your New Strategy
In Tony Alexander's latest update, he looks at what we can expect to see over the coming weeks in the business sector as well as the housing market plus his predictions for mortgage rates.
Tony Alexander - This Is Not Your Fault
The latest advice from Tony Alexander provides some good reading to help Kiwis make better decisions for their businesses, investments, home purchases and people by writing about the economy in an easy to understand manner.
Tony Alexander - China is Recovering
-But the West has entered the maelstrom, belatedly joining the fight. Foreign tourism accounts for just over 4% of NZ GDP. Kiwis travelling overseas, now also erased, looks like it amounts to the equivalent of just over 2% of our GDP. This huge shock will…
Fiscal response to COVID-19 announced by Government, 17 March 2020
Finance Minister Grant Robertson announced the coalition Government’s package to cushion the economic impact of the COVID-19 virus this afternoon at 2 pm. Calling the NZ$12 billion package “the most significant peace-time economic plan in modern New…
Tax Related Announcements as at 18th March
We will keep this blog post updated with any tax related announcements as they become available.
Xero Update: Leading the way in difficult times
A message from Craig Hudson, Managing Director, NZ & Pacific Islands - The past few months have seen devastating natural disasters in Aotearoa and Australia, and now, the global outbreak of COVID-19. Governments, businesses, and communities all around the…
Tony Alexander Update - Recession but not like 1987 or 2008
This brief handout is a follow-up to last week’s Covid-19 Supplement which examined how the virus shock will hit our economy, some cushioning factors, and how one might respond.
Employment NZ Advice - What to do when a worker is advised to self-isolate
What to do if a worker has been advised to self-isolate under public health guidance for COVID-19 (even if not sick), when they travelled before 16/3/20 or have not travelled overseas since 16/3/20.