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    I have heard that companies have an annual review. We have an annual review every 8 weeks and have that over a lunch. Topics are many and varied but work related.

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    Thanks keys

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    Quote Originally Posted by jack2016 View Post
    Thanks keys
    . Companies with employees, not sole in charge.


    IRD will triple slam you with penalties so not worth it in my books.
    Dont be na´ve

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueSky View Post
    . Companies with employees, not sole in charge.


    IRD will triple slam you with penalties so not worth it in my books.
    Dont be na´ve
    yes boss i know, i was just being polite. definitely not worth it for a few bucks

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    All good.
    when you said "
    my neighbour told me (he runs a company of a few hundred employees) that he (or she) puts all his family dining on the company credit card and shouting coffee to strangers I thought to myself who would do this? You would have failed on the intention test


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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueSky View Post
    All good.
    when you said "
    my neighbour told me (he runs a company of a few hundred employees) that he (or she) puts all his family dining on the company credit card and shouting coffee to strangers I thought to myself who would do this? You would have failed on the intention test
    Sorry I'm not sure what you mean,
    those 2 scenarios were from 2 different people, and I thought wow that''s easy I'd like to do that too.

    But when I asked my accountant she said - she said no you can't, but for some reason was unable to go into further details (english not first language).

    Hence I asked here.

    So now I know.

    But of course, the 2 people may not be telling the truth, but maybe sometimes but not all the time for example. I have learnt to know that Kiwis exaggerate a lot.
    Last edited by jack2016; 11-07-2019 at 11:19 PM.

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    Morning tea (coffee) at the office would probably be deductible
    Most companies supply morning and afternoon tea.

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    Taking out a client or prospect for coffee and or lunch I think is the entertainment expense that is claimable.


 

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