There is the business of tax, and there are tax businesses. Tax Management NZ (TMNZ) values our relationship with our tax agents and accounting firms – together we help build each other up. In the spirit of this collaboration, TMNZ is bringing tax agents a series of 20 podcasts that explores questions around how to build a better advisory business in disruptive times.Unquestionably we are living in a time of disruption, and it’s not just Covid-19 and a rapidly changing regulatory landscape. We have changes in client behaviour and needs, and advances in technology – such as real-time data – that are changing the advisory business landscape. We trust this podcast, and the experts we interview, will help you not only navigate but prosper through these times.TMNZ has rounded up a group of experts in their field. They’re here to inspire, educate, and inform you on your business and tax.
How to build your business with word of mouth networking with Mark Trafford
Can you still generate referral business in a Zoom networking meeting? Is it possible to build a business from the ground up using networking and, if so, how do you do it? Find out the answers to these questions as we talk to the owner of the business networking group TNG, Mark Trafford, as well as how to make sure you get heard and get remembered in a room full of competing messages.
How to deliver a powerful business presentation by David Nottage
Before you stand up to give your next business presentation, you'll want to hear what David Nottage – former World Champion Toastmaster and award-winning professional speaker – has to say on how to not only get through but to capture your audience in the palm of your hand regardless of whether you're speaking to a room full of people or you're on a Zoom.us call. Learn how to put your finest foot forward when it comes to business presentations.
Better face-to-face sales for tax specialists with Bill James
Do you sometimes have to sell something to somebody – an idea, a concept, a solution? Bill James talks to the TMNZ podcast, The Business of Tax about how tax specialists can be more effective when it comes to face-to-face personal selling.
How cryptocurrency will be taxed with Tim Doyle
Cryptocurrency was once a concept linked to the dark web, apparently untraceable and outside the purview of governments. Obviously the creators of cryptocurrency never counted on the tenacity of the taxman. We talk to leading cryptocurrency tax consultant Tim Doyle about tax developments in the crypto space.
The unintended consequences of property tax changes with Terry Baucher
What are the implications of the Government's proposed changes to the taxation of residential investment property in New Zealand? Tax expert and commentator Terry Baucher of Baucher Consulting discusses the extension of the bright-line test and removal of interest deductibility.
Terry is an Auckland-based tax specialist with 20 years experience. He works almost exclusively with high net-worth individuals and owners of medium sized and emerging businesses. Prior to starting his own business, he spent six years with one of the 'Big Four' accountancy firms including a period advising Australian businesses how to do business in New Zealand.
How automation and systemisation can make your business more valuable and efficient with Leanne Coste
The E-Myth made it famous, but most people in finance related businesses will know that systemising your business will enable growth and increase the sale value of your business. A specialist in delivering smart systems to business owners and successful entrepreneur – Leanne Coste – talks about her experience and how to create a more efficient, valuable business.