Another end of financial year approaches, have you got your books in order? Give My Mobile Accountant a call now if you need help! If you are isolating at home you have our heart-felt sympathy, we hope you or your family is not too unwell.
There are various support payments available for businesses and self-employed people affected by Covid, from government departments such as Inland revenue and work and income. My Mobile Accountant can guide you through if you are not sure.
Minimum wage increase
If you are a business owner or manager that employs people, you need to be aware that the adult minimum wage is increasing to $21.20 per hour from 1 April, 2022. The minimum wage for starting-out and training will go up from $16.00 to $16.96 per hour. If you need help updating your budget and payroll, please give My Mobile Accountant a call.
March is Women's History Month, and My Mobile Accountant is a team of women that are here to help anyone with their business needs.
My Mobile Accountant is proud to support Tanya and Lina from Petite Cha with their accounting needs, and celebrate the success of two energetic and dynamic entrepreneurs. Petite Cha has risen from a school project and provides a range of products not normally seen in Taranaki. Visit them in their little tea shop, 3 Brougham Street New Plymouth, opposite Puke Ariki landing.
The business.govt.nz website has an article on how to reduce your tax bill. This points you in the right direction, but professionals such as My Mobile Accountant will be able to help you manage your business or finances and save you money. Remember accountants' fees are tax deductible!
Flash Mob Entertainment is putting on The Rocky Horror Picture Show on the 8th and 9th of April. Get your tickets now!
07 April - End-of-year income tax and Working for Families bills are due if you have an extension of time to file your income tax return. See What happens at the end of the tax year.