Posts Tagged ‘Financial Advisers’

Business Briefs

March 7, 2016

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Employment law changes: are you up-to-date?…
the government has introduced the Employment Standards Legislation Bill to Parliament.

Update on financial markets overhaul…
The Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 is in the process of completely overhauling New Zealand’s financial markets laws.

Incorporated societies reform ahead…
There are more than 23,500 incorporated societies in New Zealand that are currently governed by the Incorporated Societies Act 1908.

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Latest EJ update

December 22, 2010

johnny automatic Christmas wreathThe latest EJ update is available here.

In this issue:

  • Trust review
  • A commercial property opportunity in Te Awamutu
  • New debt recovery service
  • Update on gift duty changes
  • Stay informed with email alerts from the Edmonds Judd website

If you wish to discuss anything in the EJ update please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Edmonds Judd will be closed for the holiday period from 12:00 pm on Thursday, 23rd December 2010. The office will reopen on Monday 10th January 2011 with a skeleton staff between the hours of 9:00am and 3:00pm. A full complement of staff will be available from 8.30am Wednesday, 19th January 2011.

Have a merry and safe holiday!

Latest EJ Update

August 16, 2010

The latest EJ newsletter the EJ Update is available here. The latest Fineprint is available here.

This EJ Update includes information about:

  • The ‘Legal Warrant of Fitness’ a new and simple survey that ensures that your personal and business affairs are up-to-date
  • Changes to witnessing of enduring power of attorney documents
  • The Government’s proposal to do away with gift duty
  • Changes to the definition of ‘beneficiary income’

Latest Fineprint

July 14, 2010

Is available here.

In this edition:

  • Financial Advisers Act 2008
  • The Major Events Management Act
  • Subdivision nightmare
  • A note about notaries

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