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The first thing you need to know about us is that we are really good at our job, the second is that this website is updated weekly, yes weekly, and the third, it's you, the client, the very reason why we come to work, to support you. 

"With our passion and purpose you will profit." As the Ace above suggests ... we just love what we do!

BIGGER BEANS & BETTER RESULTS AWAIT

Everything we do is targeted at making your accounting easier by condensing bundles of information into simple strategies to get you ahead. 

But getting ahead and reaching your financial ambitions can't be achieved by just doing your end accounts and tax returns, touching base with you frequently or getting together regularly will. 

We will surprise you with what we know and what advice and ideas we can offer. 

Have a listen to our team song ...

WEEKLY UPDATE ...  21 MAY 2018

More plastic bags to go as The Warehouse look to scrap these by the end of the year.

Great to see some new All Blacks named on Sunday. Another three guys reach the pinnacle of a lifelong dream.

Hope you all got to watch the wedding – bugger I missed it!

Perceptions that kiwis are finding holidaying in New Zealand is expensive is a concern. Remember the old saying "don't leave town until you've seen the country". But what if the country is too expensive?

Tourism NZ is changing tact about 100% PURE and it's about time – because we're not!

Hopeful Christian is gone, but what is our fascination with Gloriavale?

 

QUESTION OF THE MONTH ... MAY 2018

I am the current president of our Advisor Association and I am being paid an honorarium of around $12K per quarter.  Can you please advise the best way to treat this for tax.  Should I get the Association to take tax at source?  If so, at what rate?

ANSWER:

Honoraria are treated as schedular payments for tax purposes.  These payments are required to have tax deducted.  We would recommend that you complete a tax rate notification form, select 33% as your tax rate and give this form to the Association.  They will need to deduct tax from future payments you receive.

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