• The industry standard for compliant financial statements

    The industry standard for compliant financial statements

    Embraced by New Zealand accounting professionals for over 25 years, XYZ Model Financial Statements (previously Brookers Model Financial Statements) continues to be the industry standard for the preparation of compliant financial reports.

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  • New financial reporting requirements: helping the Not for Profit sector navigate complexity

    Supporting you with your transition

    Grant Thornton has developed a detailed transition methodology that can help you navigate the complex new reporting structure.

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  • Getting to grips with the BEPS Action Plan

    Getting to grips with the BEPS Action Plan

    What does the OECD’s planned overhaul of the international tax system mean for your business and how can you get ready for the shake-up ahead?

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  • Social media in the Not for Profit sector

    Social media in the Not for Profit sector

    This report provides leaders in the Not for Profit sector with guidance on how they can enable their organisations to take advantage of social media’s power to engage new communities and to thrive online.

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Press room

25 September 2014

Road block for economic and social recovery in Northland

Road block for economic and social recovery in Northland

In a just released whitepaper, Paul Kane, Partner, Privately Held Business at Grant Thornton New Zealand says that better roads between Auckland and Whangarei are critical for the Northland region to address its economic and social issues.

15 September 2014

SMEs give vote of confidence to NZ tax system

Bucking the trend of most countries around the world, New Zealand small to medium enterprises (SMEs) are extremely comfortable with New Zealand tax policy and the tax risk on their companies.

5 September 2014

NZ businesses behind in reporting on sustainability and good works

With two weeks to go until the election, political parties have been very open in outlining the positives steps they have taken, and intend to take, to sustain and improve what is currently happening in New Zealand.  However, the same cannot be said of many New Zealand businesses, according to the latest Grant Thornton International Business Report survey.

12 August 2014

Government move on compliance leaving many businesses exposed

Government moves to lower the costs of compliance for small to medium sized businesses come with a two edged sword. They remove the requirement for an estimated 98 per cent of New Zealand businesses to prepare general purpose financial statements, but they have left many businesses rudderless when navigating the financial oceans.

11 August 2014

Construction companies need not end in tears

Tim Keenan, Partner and National Director, Privately Held Business at Grant Thornton New Zealand, looks at reasons why companies are getting into financial strife, particularly in the Christchurch construction sector.

8 August 2014

Why strategy and measuring social media are co-dependent

Why strategy and measuring social media are co-dependent Brent Kennerley, Head of Not for Profit at Grant Thornton New Zealand, explains why charities have to link their social media metrics to strategic objectives – and the tools you can trust.

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