Own your Own Business: How much should you pay yourself?

Understanding the relationship between salary, dividends and interest.
Disputes between shareholders over their individual remuneration is nothing new and with a greater emphasis on transparency, pay for shareholders and executive directors is something that can be hard to get right. When shareholders and directors also work IN the business, how do you ensure that they are paid fairly for their contribution as an employee versus that of a shareholder/director? 

Who should attend

This workshop is aimed at shareholders, board of directors and senior executives.

Dates and Locations
Napier - Tuesday 21st August - 9am-12pm - REGISTER HERE >
Nelson - Tuesday 3rd July - 9am-12pm - REGISTER HERE >
Palmerston North - Tuesday 25th September - 9am-12pm - REGISTER HERE >


$350 + gst per person

Discounted Pricing

Attend 2 or more courses and receive a $50 discount per course
Attend all 5 courses and only pay $1,400
RemNet members receive 15% discount (for more info on RemNet click here)

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