It's Monday 17 September, we are all sitting at our desks ready to "attack" the week.
"With our passion and purpose you will profit."
As the card above suggests ... we love what we do!
BIGGER BEANS & BETTER RESULTS AWAIT
Everything we do is targeted at making your accounting easier by condensing bundles of information into simple strategies to get you ahead.
But getting ahead and reaching your financial ambitions can't be achieved by just doing your end accounts and tax returns, touching base with you frequently or getting together regularly will.
We will surprise you with what we know and what advice and ideas we can offer.
Have a listen to our team song ...
THE PACESETTER ... 17 SEPTEMBER 2018
South Africa were paying $8.50 head to head, so did you put a wee sly bet on them? The TAB didn't see it coming! Nor did the punters.
Should McDonalds, KFC, Burger King and the likes be allowed to sponsor sport?
Nomads (remember the shoes)? Did you read that they could be back?!
Back to the All Blacks match. What a great game. How long has it been since we haven't known the result until the final whistle?
How are your crypto currencies doing of late, if you were one of those who had a dabble?
QUESTION OF THE WEEK ... HOW TO DEAL WITH KIWISAVER IF YOU SPLIT
I'm 30 and separating from my partner of five years. So far, we have been able to agree on the details of the split ourselves. Is it true that our KiwiSavers need to be split between us?
The answer is yes. To be clear on this, relationship property includes any contributions made to your KiwiSaver or other retirement plan during your relationship, and the growth from those contributions. This includes funds paid in by you, your employer and the Government, and any other retirement funds held in different countries.
That portion of your KiwiSaver fund which existed prior to your relationship is ring-fenced as your separate property and doesn't need to be divided when you separate.