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23/11/2021 - Supporters and Sponsors

New National Supporter for ICNZB

ICNZB and Worldline combine forces to stimulate increased business cashflow for New Zealand’s small business enterprises.

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26/10/2021 - Industry news

Consultation on AML law changes

The Ministry of Justice want to hear your thoughts about what they have got right, and what they could do better with the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financial Terrorism legislation.

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21/10/2021 - Events

Global Bookkeeping Week 2021

Global Bookkeeping Week : for one whole week the spotlight will be on bookkeepers across the world, celebrating the business-boosting work they do, and the life-changing effect having a bookkeeping career can have.

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18/10/2021 - Industry news

Growing IR recognition

From 18 October 2021, Registered Bookkeepers are able to access the dedicated Agent Line with Inland Revenue.

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08/08/2021 - General

Change of ICNZB leadership

On Friday, 2 July 2021, the New Zealand Bookkeepers Association Incorporated (trading as the Institute of Certified NZ Bookkeepers (“ICNZB”)) held their Annual General Meeting.

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20/06/2021 - Insurance

Protecting your future

ICNZB and Abbott Insurance Brokers announce partnership to protect NZ’s bookkeeping professionals

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31/05/2021 - #Bookkeepcon

2021 Excellence Award finalists

We are pleased to announced the 2021 Excellence Award finalists. Winners will be announced at the annual Awards and Gala Dinner in Rotorua on 31 July 2021

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23/05/2021 - #Bookkeepcon

Register as an IR Bookkeeper

IR are excited to be exhibiting at Bookkeepcon21 for another year! They received great feedback from those who registered as bookkeepers at conference last year, so they’ve decided to make it an option again this year.

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23/03/2021 - Industry news

Updated Code of Ethical Conduct

The Institute of Certified NZ Bookkeepers (ICNZB) has published an updated Code of Ethical Conduct (the Code) setting out the standards of behaviour that their members are expected to uphold as part of membership to the professional body.

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20/12/2020 - Hot Topic

Year in review 2020

Amid the difficulties of 2020 there have been some bright spots that bookkeepers can learn from and take with them into 2021. So, we are eschewing the bad year to focus on the good stuff from the opportunities of agile working, to the role of bookkeeping.

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