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A dedication to giving back and supporting their community is a core part of what makes registered chartered accounting firm Drumm Nevatt & Associates (“DNA”) unique. “Giving back to our community is a big part of what we do here at DNA,” says Craig Nevatt, Director at DNA. The team at DNA are proud to be able to give back to their community through social giving by supporting a number of community focused charities and
General News
With the warmer weather finally arriving it’s time to explore the Tasman’s best beaches award-winning Nelson accommodation provider Century Park Motor Lodge. Tahunanui is the closest beach to the Nelson city centre making it the perfect place to visit while staying in the city. This family-friendly beach is great for swimming as there is generally no sizeable surf. Along the Tahunanui waterfront, you might even spot dolphins and orca are playing among the calm waves.
Travel
The award-winning Central Otago winery Waitiri Creek is proud to announce their release of the Drummer 2019 Pinot Noir vintage direct from its cellars. This release demonstrates Waitiri Creek commitment to producing high-quality wines and brings together Central Otago regional characteristics in an exceptional bottle of wine. The Drummer 2019 Pinot Noir was created and developed by local experienced winemaker Pip Battley. “We think it’s a lovely wine with lots of fruit and spice and
Food and Drink
When people think about exterior cleaning their home, they tend to just think about the house itself. However, there is a lot of other areas of your home that can benefit from an exterior clean says Rotorua’s leading washing service, Exterior Washing Services. Fence pressure washing is the best method for getting your fence back to its original condition. Unlike other methods, pressure washing doesn’t leave behind streaks or unattractive residue. Exterior Washing Services use
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The Government has released the details for limiting interest deductibility for residential property investments. The news broke with details just after Drumm Nevatt & Associates published an article calling for the details to be released or delay the implementation. The ability for property investors to deduct interest payments from their taxable income from property investments that they made before March 27 is going to be phased out over from Friday until March 31, 2025. However,
Finance
Registered chartered accounting firm Drumm Nevatt & Associates has joined calls to delay the interest deductibility tax change. “Due to the uncertainty of how government officials will fill in the details of the rule change, it remains unclear how much it will cost investors. Taxpayers have the right to scrutinise the way that the new interest limitation rules be implemented and how they will work in practice,” says Craig Nevatt, Director at Drumm Nevatt &
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