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in: COVID-19 Funding & Support
Started by: cynthia liu
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Started by: nickmode
Started by: TafaEd
Started by: Lorna Gunn
Started by: Sean Hurst Design
Started by: HuttRadio
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hi there other than the wage subsidy is there any other support out there for small businesses I have 2 businesses Renovations and a labour hire…thank youMoana
need legal advice on commercial lease under Covid lockdown pls.. let me know how to go about it or what info. is required?? thanks in anticipation. Cynthia
I have a new business, I registered it in the companies office, and did a search before choosing the name and noone else existed – now all of a sudden there is a clothing line (I am not a clothing line) with the same name popping up – what should I do?
How can we get out of a commercial lease? We need to move into a space with less overhead however have 3 years left on our current lease. Our landlords have increased opex by 200% ($2700-$11k) and won’t budge on lessening our rent in the current times, which we cannot continue to afford.
Hi guys , Just been served PLA notice yesterday land lord seeking to cancel the lease what happens next once the lease is cancelled ?
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I really need some help ! I have registered as a company without knowing I could just be a sole trader (I know dumb move ) in finding it hard to apply for removal from the register as I don’t really understand anything PLEASE HELP haha
I work in a retail store and due to restraint of trade (selling of old business) means we can not sell online untill Feb next year. Due to Covid 19 lockdown and fewer people wanting to enter retail stores we used social media and advertising online to gain more sales over the phone. Does this constitute breaking the restraint of trade? And would there be exceptions to this due to the current financial situation small businesses are in?
Hi, I am trying to develop a new offering for our car rental business, Rent to own model but i need legal advise and assistance in creating a suitable agreement document.Can you suggest any suitable options for meThanks
My cousin and I have just registered with NZBA as a partnership. What is the best advice in regards to organising a partnership agreement?
How do you go about calculating a licensing fee for companies collateral/materials?
I have spent the time during the lock down working on a new website with an online store. I am needing help in creating the terms and conditions for the site… I have existing terms for my wholesale customers i.e. stores… need something that is robust to cope with online sales to the consumer direct. I downloaded a template called E commerce / retail from Net Lawman a New Zealand site , they suggest editing out paragraphs that aren’t applicable and adding what is relevant for the company, I am struggling with this.. I had a quote from a lawyer for 1800.00 to create a document for me, it’s out of my budget at this time.any suggestions would be gratefully received.Thank youLorna I. Gunn
I am setting up a website to host classes, I need to set up some contracts to ensure personal IP and expectations are meet by all parties. How do I do this or who do you recommend, and how much will it cost?
As an alternative to loans, we’re considering seeking investment. Is there some simple-to-understand guidance around raising capital under the new laws, which I think make the process simpler if the amount sought is under $2 million? I’ve looked and all I can find is website platforms charging fees to “train” small business owners in how to prepare an offer, for a fee, and they then promote the offer. For another fee! I’m (the GM) trained in business (GAICD), and marketing and PR (APR) so I don’t need their “training”, but I do need to be certain that any documentation we provide is within the law.And / or would a lawyer be prepared to help us, even if it’s simply checking the final document. (Although a business, we are the operating arm of a charity, and all profits go to that charity).
HiI would like to start a small business selling secondhand vintage goods. I really need to know what to do legal/tax wise I buy things from all over the country and can sell them with a decent profit how do I know how much tax I need to pay on each? How do I factor on travel cost and if alot of these things are brought from garage sales or op shops how do I keep records of what I paid etc.. Any advise appreciated I would eventualy like to get a name & business cards etc
We are a start up working to develop our idea to MVP and to pitch to investors. We have a specialist in the technical field who has agreed to a JV with us and we need assistance with what to consider in drawing up an agreement.