Rodney Times : February 1st 2011
17 RODNEY TIMES, FEBRUARY 1, 2011 Record your assets with a home inventory $1,200 $2,000 $1,200 $1,500 $900 $250 LOUNGE TOTAL VALUE $8,750 Chris Moore ex NZPolice chris.moore@myhomeInventory.co.nz PH: 0508 617 179 www.myhomeinventory.co.nz CELL: 0274 617 179 Your home may be insured at replacement value, but what are the contents worth? Protect yourself. Invest in a detailed written report and photographic evidence of your assets. Avoid problems with insurance claims. It's a quick, easy, and affordable process, recommended by Financial Planners, Insurance Companies and Police. FROM INCL. GST *Average 3 bdm home $299 3440900AA myhomeInventory.co.nz Professional & Confidential Home Inventory Services 3424595AA All Scrap Metals All Heavy Steels All Light Steel Whiteware/Roofing Iron etc *Collection & Skip Bins Available Non Ferrous Scrap Copper, Aluminium, Brass, Lead, Batteries etc Top Prices Paid SCRAP CARS WANTED PH 09 426 1552 OR O800 846 636 LOCATION - TAVERN RD, SILVERDALE BOOM SPRAYING - Small & large rigs LIQUID FERTILISING - Most types Registered Chemical Applicator 30+ years LAWNS - Small blocks, farms etc HAND GUN - All types Don Rhodes Email: email@example.com www.rhodeswayservices.co.nz WEED CONTROL & LIQUID FERTILISING ºAPPROVED AGRI-SEA APPLICATORº 09 420 7382 or 0274 747 159 Advertising Feature enterprise & Business Scrap dealer cleans up in Demo Derby' Winning feeling: Director Nicola Mulholland was one of the Tin Men drivers who won the Demolition Derby at Waikaraka Park last month. Tin Men Scrap Metals has had a great start to the year -- thanks to their customer support and a little bit of luck. Luck was what was required when Tin Men won the Demolition Derby at Waikaraka Park, in January. Tin Men Scrap Metals had four cars in the event -- one of the racers being Tin Men director Nicola Mulholland. Nicola is looking for- ward to getting her team ready for another Demo- lition Derby in February called Smashfest. I would rather see drivers showing off their racing skills in a con- trolled environment than have them on the public roads, says Tin Men managing director Wil- liam Mulholland. At Tin Men Scrap Metals they collect all types of heavy plant machinery from farms and industrial clear- ances but they are always happy to take small amounts of scrap from the general public. Tin Men also have dis- tinctive black skip bins around Rodney, useful for farms and industrial scrap. We can either pick-up old cars or other scrap directly from customers or they can deliver it to us, William says. Recently the company has noticed some of its customers have been dropping off small amounts of scrap and were not wanting to get paid. In response to this Tin Men have now started a Charity Bin -- where people can drop off their unwanted scrap items -- and the money raised from this bin goes to local charities such as the Hibiscus Hospice. The bin is located at the entrance of 14 Tav- ern Road, Silverdale. For information about Tin Men visit their website www.tinmen.co.nz or for a friendly chat or to arrange a pick up-phone 0800 Tin Men (846-636) or Nicola on 027 2846 636. February tax reminder Inland Revenue is encouraging people who might have difficulty making their end-of-year tax payment to contact it to discuss their options. Businesses and indiv- iduals are required to pay by February 7 if they have an end- of-year income tax, Working for Families tax credits, or student loan payment to make. The date does not apply if they have an extension of time through a tax agent. We understand some people could have trouble making their payment, so we are advising them to contact us as early as possible so we can discuss their options, says Valerie Price, acting group man- ager Assistance. The really important thing is that they talk to us about their situation rather than ignoring it or trying to put it off until later, she says. Arrangements can include a payment plan that allows them to pay through regular instalments. Ms Price says people have a number of ways available to make end-of- year payments. They can be made over the internet, by cash, cheque or eftpos at any Westpac bank, or by posting the payment slip and a cheque to us. More information about the February 7 end-of-year require- ments is available at www.ird.govt.nz or people can call Inland Revenue s contact centres which are open 8am to 8pm weekdays, and 9am to 1pm on Saturdays. Top line up to speak at conference The Marketing by Association conference on February 22 at Waipuna Hotel & Con- ference Centre will wow attendees with a range of speakers, both local and international. They include Nancy Schwartz, renowned for her knowledge on how charities and associ- ations can connect and engage with their audi- ence through the use of off line and online media. Also speaking will be New Zealanders Keith Norris, Graham Billings, Don Oliver and Sue McCarty. www.byassociation. org.nz.
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