Going out on your own
Company structure or sole trader for business?
You have decided to quit your job, and go out on your own to run your own business. Do you form a company or trade in your own name? We outline some of the pros and cons of these two options to help you make a decision.
Welcome to the Autumn edition of Trust eSpeaking; we hope you find the articles both interesting and useful.
– Succession law in New Zealand
– Eduring powers of attorney
– Claims on an estate
Welcome to the first edition of Commercial eSpeaking for the decade.
We hope you enjoy reading these articles, and find them interesting and useful.
To talk further with us on any of the topics in this e-newsletter, or on any other legal matter, please be in touch.
Welcome to the Summer, and final, edition of Rural eSpeaking for 2019.
Do enjoy the articles in this e-newsletter. If you would like to talk further with us on any of the topics covered, or indeed any rural matter, our details are above.
We wish you all a very Merry Christmas, and a safe and happy 2020. Meri Kirihimete me te Hape Nū Ia.
Smooth sailing this summer.
Avoid common mistakes when employing summer staff.
With summer fast approaching, many businesses will be hiring temporary staff to meet their needs over the busy summer months. Taking on temporary staff can throw up some tricky issues. Employers often are uncertain about what employment agreement is appropriate for temporary staff and how their holiday entitlements should be met. We explore the pros and cons of different kinds of agreements for temporary employees and provide guidance on their annual leave and holiday pay entitlements.
Welcome to this final edition of Property Speaking for 2019. We hope you find the articles in this newsletter are both interesting and useful.
– Leasing commercial premises
Welcome to the Spring edition of Commercial eSpeaking. This Spring edition is the final issue of Commercial eSpeaking for 2019.
– Restraints of Trade – Are they worth the bother?
– Employing people with a past
– Eminem – The importance of IP indemnities in agreements.
In addition there are a number of other articles that will be useful in your day-to-day business.
To talk further with us on any of the topics in this e-newsletter, or on any other legal matter, please get in touch.
Welcome to the spring 2019 edition of Rural eSpeaking.
We hope you enjoy reading all these articles, and find them both interesting and useful.
– NAIT review
– Resource management system review
– Over the fence
We hope you enjoy reading this Spring edition of Property Speaking, and that you find the articles both interesting and useful.
– Subdivisions: Steps to take for a successful project
– The secret life of tenants: The ‘KFC test’ and tenant privacy
– Property briefs: Building report conditions
Emissions Trading Scheme – Implications for owners of forestry blocks.
New Zealand’s Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) was established by the Climate Change Response Act 2002. The ETS was created as the vehicle for New Zealand to meet its obligations for the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions under the Kyoto Protocol.
Welcome to the Winter edition of Commercial eSpeaking. In this issue, we highlight some key points in the government’s second Budget, The Wellbeing Budget, as well as articles that will be useful in your day-to-day business.
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