Jun 16

Exciting news from Laura Hoskin!

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Here at McClean & Co we are lucky to work with inspiring clients, including a small number of talented professional sports people. Laura Hoskin, a professional golfer from Queenstown, recently sent us an update. We are thrilled to hear about her progress which we would like to share. I leave for the USA…

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paragliders over lake wakatipu
May 24

Queenstown tourism & hospo businesses: train & retain programme

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In case you missed this amazing opportunity available to Queenstown tourism & hospitality businesses (accommodation, activities, food & beverage, retail), the good news is it’s not too late to join the Train & Retain Flex.Ability Program.  The program runs in partnership with QRC, MSD and the Queenstown Chamber, with the first cohort intake…

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Dec 16

5 positive takeaways from 2020

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For most of us 2020 was a year we will be happy to put behind us.  COVID-19 left no-one untouched – education to professional sport, healthcare and the economy. But, with some Kiwi ingenuity and teamwork, out of adversity came some positivity. Here are 5 positives for businesses in 2020 that we can…

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Arrowtown cottages
Nov 23

The Trusts Act changes: what you need to know

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The Trust Act 2019 finally comes into force on 30 January 2021 and is the first major reform to trust law in the lifetime of most New Zealand lawyers. The changes will apply to all existing and new trusts. Below are some key changes you need to be aware of. Duties The Act now contains…

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helicopter with tourists
Nov 23

Regional Business Partner Network: ongoing support available

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As some of you may know, McClean & Co is an approved provider for the Regional Business Partner Network (RBP). This support programme includes an existing Growth Advisor service, aka Management Capability Development Fund, that delivers partly funded support. In addition, the network provide a fully funded COVID-19 Support Programme which reflects the…

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Sep 29

Clients: get Hubdoc set up for free

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Hubdoc is a virtual filing cabinet! It streamlines data collection, record keeping and processing. Auto-fetch bills from large providers, forward invoices via email, scan or upload invoices and receipts which are all stored in Hubdoc, creating one digitized record keeping system. Even better is the fact that Hubdoc is now included for free with all…

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winery worker with shovel
Sep 9

Queenstown businesses: free employment webinar

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You may have many employer related questions during these unprecedented COVID-19 conditions. While we are great at accounting, we are not employment law specialists, so these questions are sometimes are outside our realm of expertise. We have been kindly offered a free online webinar to our clients from Employsure who are employment and health and…

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Jul 22

Employment NZ updates: supporting employees through COVID challenges

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With COVID-related changes causing unpredictable spikes and troughs in demand in many industries, employers are dealing with more staffing challenges than ever. Scaling back business, staff, and operations are all commonplace actions in our current business climate, and the impact on both employers and employees can prove difficult. However, the way employers navigate…

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tradesman using grinder
Jun 23

Running your trade business on the go: Xero can help

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Things have been up and down for trade businesses recently, from feverishly busy, to the slow pace of the lockdown and out the other side into fluctuating levels of work. We appreciate tradespeople have a lot to keep track of, and not much free time to do it. Xero’s online construction accounting software can help…

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fly fishing in river in Arrowtown
Jun 11

Covid-19: What next for your Queenstown tourism business?

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Queenstown’s tourism industry has changed recently due to the impact of Covid-19 and it’s no secret that businesses involved will need to adapt to make the most of the coming months. The Government announced $400m in the Budget for Tourism of which $20.2m is a funding package to support key attractions through the…

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