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- Comparing New Zealand to The United States.
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- About Lance
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- @Aethylred of course. A bundled batter with solar panels, installed by Tesla-trained staff and leased/paid over time from savings. @rmi • 3 hours ago
- @rmi exactly. Works great with power companies who price discriminate based on time. And with Solar/wind home generation. • 3 hours ago
- @rmi That would be insane. A home battery even better - totally disruptive. • 3 hours ago
- @ggreenwald Yes - it’s April 1 in NZ already. @Ayaan • 3 hours ago
- RT @RusselNorman: NZ Govt has signed off oil exploration in seas deeper than 3.5km. Deepwater Horizon was only 1.5km. • 13 hours ago
- @stevebiddle perhaps related to US banking industry relative cluelessness on fraud versus EU, NZ, Au etc. @ajobbins • 15 hours ago
- @mikiszikszai iPhones have options that are not NFC though - e.g. AirNZ scanner, bluetooth. Possible? @CateOwen @SembleNZ • 15 hours ago
- @ow tweetbot. • 17 hours ago
- @ajobbins Yes. Plus as the @thenbr points out, EFTPOS is the real prize to drive adoption for both retailers and buyers. • 17 hours ago
- @ajobbins feels like all the wannabe iTunes players before iTunes came to town and cleaned up. Frustrating. • 17 hours ago
DisclaimerThese opinions are my own.
Tag Archives: Tax
It’s great to see that NZ Customs has introduced a website, WhatsMyDuty? to help us calculate how much GST (and other duties) we owe when importing goods. That includes ebooks, it seems: I’d assumed eBooks were duty free, but it’s … Continue reading
I am doing some work after the previous post on tax spend, and here are a few top line results so far. I want to end up with spreadsheet, as Rowan did a couple of years back, where you can … Continue reading
This is a great idea – from 3rd Way and via npr. Taxpayers would receive a receipt for their tax detailing where there money was spent. A person earning $34,140 would get something like this (minus the red notes) And … Continue reading
I’ve just run across this nice cheat sheet by the ATO – a tax governance guide for directors of large companies. It’s got some handy hints for directors of smaller companies as well. I maintain that at least one person … Continue reading
Here’s a review of MYOB on Apple’s Australian store. Now it may have been a shill, but there are still the 101/111 people that “found the review useful”. This has to be the worst software system that I have ever … Continue reading