Primary sector conference : 2014Series: Professional Development course paper (NZICA).Publisher: Wellington, N.Z. : New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants (NZICA), 2014Description: 1 v.ISSN: 1173-9851.Subject(s): Primary industry | Farming | Forestry | TaxOnline resources: Access from Box.com
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Governance – bedrock of the primary sector - David Irving paper and slides -- Governance in dairy farming businesses – a challenging journey – Adrian van Bysterveldt paper, Paul & Juanita Marshall and Chris Shaw paper and slides -- The “how” of greener pastures report – Ross Verry slides -- National fresh water management legislative framework, its goals and implications for the farming industry – Hon Amy Adams, Minister for the Environment (there was no material for this presentation) -- Forestry – harvesting and beyond - Stuart Orme slides -- Keeping it in the family – Matthew Peploe slides -- On farm irrigation – Andrew Curtis (no material) -- Salaries and seasons – an employment law perspective – Lucia Vincent paper and slides -- Red Meat Profit Partnership (RMPP) – opportunities for rural growth – Duncan McKinnon slides -- Building business resilience to climatic events – Nicola Kloeten slides -- How can farm accounts be meaningful and how can accountants use them to better connect with their clients – Nicola Shadbolt slides (no material) -- Growing rural practices and succession planning – Charmaine O’Shea and Marilyn Davies slides -- Rural tax update – Rob Braithwaite and Charles Rau slides -- Tax problems caused by business structures – Michael Turner paper and slides -- Tax Reform: Do we need either a capital gains tax or land tax? – Craig Elliffe slides -- Global agribusiness – John Penno slides
Consists of notes and PowerPoint slides from the NZICA Primary Sector Conference, May 2014. Examines farming and forestry business concerns such as farm irrigation, succession planning, salaries and seasons, and tax issues.