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.
WEEKLY UPDATE ... 16 APRIL 2018
Did you know that Kiwis eat more bananas per capita than anywhere else? Is it our 'love affair' with the Banana Cake?
Wow! House prices to income ratio in Central Otago lakes region is now 15:4, the highest of any region in New Zealand.
ANZ, do you think you got your 'bang for your buck' after those ridiculous ads of yours?
Sad to see Fergie McCormick, a legend of Canterbury Rugby pass away last week. What an icon.
The school holidays are now upon us. Don't let your kids waste the next two weeks of their lives on technology – remember who is boss!
The Commonwealth Games are over, what was your favourite moment?
QUESTION OF THE MONTH ... APRIL 2018
My weekly KiwiSaver employee contribution includes overtime, but the company is only paying 3 per cent of my base salary into KiwiSaver. Is this allowed? Obviously, the company is trying to pay the lesser amount.
Your employer is not playing ball. "The 3% compulsory employer contribution is calculated on the gross salary or wages".
The definition of gross salary or wages for KiwiSaver schemes generally means total salary, wages or allowances, including bonuses, commission, extra salary, gratuity, overtime and other remuneration of any kind before tax.
By this definition the employer should be calculating its contribution on gross wages including overtime paid to the employee.