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    Discover the challenges faced by NFPs on both sides of the Tasman.

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    Grant Thornton New Zealand business risk survey 2015/2016

    Our latest snapshot of business risk in New Zealand is based on the views of a range of organisations from the private, public and not for profit sectors.

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    We’ve created innovation services to help NZ businesses grow.

    One of the greatest skill-sets organisations can invest in to grow, is innovation. We have developed a five step approach to help NZ businesses build an innovation culture.

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

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13 May 2016

Budget 2016: increase housing supply, not taxes

There is a children’s riddle that asks “what goes up but never comes down?”  The answer is “your age”.  These days Auckland property prices could also be an acceptable answer.

10 May 2016

Budget 2016: inequality is about more than income

There is a growing income gap in New Zealand and as some Kiwis get further ahead, some fall further behind with, it is argued, not enough money to meet their needs, enjoy their lives or to participate in society.

05 May 2016

Budget 2016: free education comes at a cost

If I were to borrow from the vernacular of today’s youth to describe the state of New Zealand’s student loan scheme, the words “epic fail” spring to mind.

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