NEED A HAND with BOOKKEEPING, BANK RECONCILIATION, OR GST?
We take care of the mundane so you can relax
Honestly, who likes bookkeeping? You're not going to believe this, but we do...
Keeping track of your books is necessary for all business owners, as is filing GST returns if you're GST registered, but they don't have to be a drag. Focus on what you do best, while we handle your books 🤓
Bank reconciliation? Let us help!
Performing a bank reconciliation is necessary for all business owners. Essentially, you compare your own record of sales and expenses against the reliable records that your bank has. The purpose of a bank reconciliation includes finding and fixing any errors, identifying wrong payments, tracking profitability and getting prepared for tax filing.
Struggling with GST returns?
Goods and Services Tax (GST) is a tax on most goods and services sold by businesses. While it feels like a tax on businesses, it really isn’t - it’s paid by people living out their day-to-day lives.
Businesses act like tax collectors for the government – charging an additional 15% on top of each sale, which is then passed on to Inland Revenue.
A business’s process of forwarding the GST to the government is called a GST Return. In New Zealand, GST filing frequency is monthly, 2-monthly, and 6-monthly. Your annual turnover can help you to determine your GST filing frequency.