Insights2020-05-18T02:19:49+12:00
  • Job Loss

Income Relief Payment

Ministers Grant Robertson and Carmel Sepuloni announced on 25 May 2020 a new temporary payment to support New Zealanders who lose their jobs due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Our Offices Are Open

Following the Government’s announcement for a move to Alert Level 2, we are happy to inform you that Nairn Fisher Rotorua and Te Puke offices will be open from 8.30 am Monday 18 May.

  • Offices Open
  • 2020 Budget

Budget 2020 15th May

Budget 2020’s focus is on injecting funds into the economy to create and sustain employment. There were a raft of new support measures for businesses affected by the COVID-19 crisis.

COVID-19 Update 1st May

We’ve had a lot of feedback from different sources about the uptake and approach to “business continuity planning”. There appears to be a strong focus on cashflow management and getting back to work.

  • Business Continuity Planning
  • Flatten the Curve

COVID-19 Update 23rd April

As most of you will be aware, Level 4 lockdown will end at 11.59pm Monday the 27th of April. The country will then move to Level 3 which is currently scheduled to continue for a further two weeks.

COVID-19 Update 9th April

Update to our last blog post. RBPN have now advised the upper limit for funding is effectively $2,000 excl GST and they are being very focused on how the need for that funding is being applied.

  • RBPN Update

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  • RBPN

COVID-19 Update 1st April

Use the Regional Business Partner Network for business planning & cash-flow assistance. Eligable businesses can access $5,000 exc GST in funding.

  • Covid 19 2

COVID-19 Update 25th March

Nairn Fisher state of play and updated information as of 25th March. We sincerely hope you and your families are safe.

  • Covid 19 Update

COVID-19 Update 23rd March

No matter who you are, whatever business you are operating or whatever you have invested for the future, 2020 is going to be a year we will all remember.

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