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  # 1958351 14-Feb-2018 22:18
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Skolink:

 

Skolink:

 

Note that Liam has got his own Trademe listing now that my one expired:

 

https://www.trademe.co.nz/services/trades/other-trade-services/auction-1539303143.htm

 

 

Because he is actually putting it through his business books, and has to pay GST.

 

 

 

 

Exactly. I do this too, and it's pretty standard practice for IT related work carried out by legitimate businesses who actually pay income tax and GST. I know there are some opportunists that are evading their tax obligations.





Tivo upgrades to operate with the new OzTivo EPG, support and service. Over 300 performed here so far. See: www.hillcrest.net.nz


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  # 1958622 15-Feb-2018 14:37
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Spong:

 

Skolink:

 

Skolink:

 

Note that Liam has got his own Trademe listing now that my one expired:

 

https://www.trademe.co.nz/services/trades/other-trade-services/auction-1539303143.htm

 

 

Because he is actually putting it through his business books, and has to pay GST.

 

 

 

 

Exactly. I do this too, and it's pretty standard practice for IT related work carried out by legitimate businesses who actually pay income tax and GST. I know there are some opportunists that are evading their tax obligations.

 

 

I think if you're advertising retail  which is the market aimed at you should be doing it GST inclusive and add the GST amount as a separate entry like every other retail transaction.  How may business out there are getting their TiVos  upgraded??  Zero I suspect..   Plus he doest't pay GST you the end user  / purchaser does and he just passes it on to the IRD.. 





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  # 1958636 15-Feb-2018 14:57
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Have to agree. As the target customer is in the retail realm, the price should include GST, for clarity if nothing else. Be clear and up front. Just make it $60 or $65, inclusive of the GST, and be done with it.




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  # 1962143 22-Feb-2018 11:33
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gregmcc:

 

 

 

For all those that have been asking for it (and with moderator approval - thanks) here is a new topic where those who can provide the upgrade services can post information here.

 

Please keep it brief, and keep it on topic.

 

 

 

I'll kick the ball off :-

 

In the Waikato area, Tivo Eprom update, software update and hard drive upgrades.

 

PM me for prices.

 

Greg

 

 

 

 

Hi Greg,

 

 

 

Thanx for the second TiVo upgrade.  Seems to going OK.





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  # 2018593 18-May-2018 20:45
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Hi all, due to other commitments I need to put my service on pause for a few weeks. I will put an announcement here when I'm in a position to resume. In the mean time I'm sure any of the other guys here would be happy to help!

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  # 2044663 27-Jun-2018 11:15
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sweet308:
sweet308: Wellington / Lower North Island, working from Lower Hutt.

- PROM and socket supply, available now.
- Programming your own blank PROMs
- TiVo PROM replacement and software update.
- Hard disk upgrade to 2TB.
- TiVo repairs by arrangement.

Please PM me for further details, thank you.


I am back online as of January 8th, ready, willing and able to take on more TiVo modifications for 2018! Please feel free to message me if a Lower Hutt based service is convenient for you.




I am back online again, having been away on a work trip to Papua New Guinea for the past few weeks.

Please feel free to send me a PM if a Lower Hutt based service is convenient to you.

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Dunedin and area

 

PROM and socket supply, available now.
- Programming your own blank PROMs
- TiVo PROM replacement and software update.
- Hard Drive upgrade to 2TB.
- TiVo repairs by arrangement.


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