Free Tax Strategy

Crush your tax debt with our 5 step plan
Book in your introductory meeting here to get started

Offer is limited and will end without notice

Tired of tax arears

Stressed out by the continual pressure of ever more returns going unpaid. Fearing the day the IRD calls?

Take charge with our FREE tax strategy session. We will be able to solve the problem and provide a 5 step plan to get your business debt free within the first planning session.

How do you qualify

Book in your introduction call to see if you qualify.

Conditions around which software you use and preparedness / accuracy of your accounting information may apply.

In general we need up to date tax returns and current reports from Xero, MYOB or Quickbooks.

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What are the leading causes of tax arears?

Managing a businesses finances involves understanding the factors that have an affect cash flow. Keep in mind tax arrears are generally a symptom to an early problem or problems within a business.

There are a number of challenges when managing cash flow and and any issues arising from these challenges can lead to unpaid taxes. Knowing these challenges helps with better financial management and your ability to meet your tax obligations.

  • Fluctuating Revenue

    Inconsistent income streams can make it challenging to set aside funds for taxes, resulting in arrears.

  • Overhead Costs

    High overhead expenses, such as rent, utilities, or management salaries, can consume a significant portion of revenue, leaving little room for tax payments.

  • Expansion Costs

    Investing in business growth or expansion projects can strain cash flow resources, making it challenging to allocate funds for tax payments.

  • Delayed Payments

    Late payments from clients or customers can disrupt cash flow, making it difficult to cover tax liabilities on time.

  • Unproductive work

    Not effectively managing your staff, costs or underpricing your work will leave very little or no funds to cover the businesses overheads, let alone its tax obligations.

  • Unexpected Expenses

    Unforeseen business expenses, such as equipment repairs or emergency repairs, can strain cash reserves, leading to tax arrears.

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Frequently asked questions

How do I get started?

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Most people will give us a call and have a quick chat prior to arranging our initial accounting consultation. However please feel free to email us or complete our online forms.
Once we hear from you, we will schedule an initial consultation, this is a no obligation, free of charge meeting. We find these meetings vary from simply getting to know each other, to an analysis of a companies financial statements. This is completely over to you.
After this meeting we will provide you with a formal accounting proposal outlining the services you have requested and our fees.
Upon acceptance of this proposal we begin the onboarding processes.

Can you help with software?

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Yes we have worked with all of the common accounting software brands. In particular we see Xero and MYOB, and when set up correctly, and kept up to date it will drastically reduce your end of year accounting costs.

Can you help set up with the IRD and Companies Office?

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Yes we have incorporated a number of companies including registering their brand trademarks. We will need to consider your company structure, shares and shareholdings, who will be a director and whether or not you will need a company constitution.

When registering with the IRD we need to know what we are registering you for. For example we typically register companies or individuals for GST when they meet the $60,000 threshold. However in some cases we have opted for early registrations. We also consider employer registration, RWT and FBT registrations.

This area of the business is fully covered in our program.

Do I need to have started my business before applying?

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No, you don't have to have a registered company or have started work. However, we wont start the advisory until you have, but we just need to have heard from you to qualify for this curse.

book in your introductory meeting here to qualify for our free tax strategy session
Book in your introductory meeting here to get started

Offer is limited and will end without notice