Tax Support

Tax Support

Unlike most Accounting firms, you won’t be charged for every 6 minutes we spend on the phone to you. If you have a small phone query that we can help with immediately, WE are happy to do so as part of your monthly package with us. In fact, many of our clients pop in...
Sole Traders

Sole Traders

A sole trader is the simplest way to get into business as there is no formal or legal processes to set. If you decided to start your own business you would automatically be classified as a sole trader until you chose to enter into a partnership or incorporate your...
Rental Property Accounting and Tax Returns

Rental Property Accounting and Tax Returns

If you own one or more rental properties, you will require the services of an accountant to prepare your rental property accounts and individual IR3 tax returns. What is included: Preparation of end of year accounts  Preparation and filing of income tax returns for...
PAYE

PAYE

As a business owner who employs staff and/or if you pay yourself a wage, you have to make pay as you earn (PAYE) deductions to Inland Revenue. Your individual employees may have different tax codes and rates depending on their personal circumstances. You may also need...
IR3 Tax Returns

IR3 Tax Returns

Inland Revenue requires anyone earning extra income that isn’t salary, wages, dividends, interest, and/or taxable Maori authority distributions to file an IR3 tax return. An IR3 is completed at the end of the tax year to confirm the amount of personal income and the...
GST

GST

Goods & Services Tax (GST)  Goods and Services Tax (GST) is a tax collected from the goods and services you buy in New Zealand. GST is added to the price of taxable goods and services at a rate of 15%, which is then passed on to Inland Revenue.  How does GST work?...