Who We Help 2018-07-05T00:23:25+00:00

Who We Help.

We can help any of the following:

Self Employed, Businesses, Untaxed Income earners

  • Self Employed
  • Small & Medium Businesses
  • Professionals
  • Lawyers
  • Architects
  • Consultants
  • Home Based Businesses
  • Tradespeople – all types
  • People earning income from boarders
  • Rental of residential property
  • Rental of bed & breakfast or holiday homes
  • IT Consultants & Contractors
  • Contractors – all types
  • People with past losses from previous business activities
  • People with other income with expenses not yet claimed for
  • Direct Sellers & Distributors
  • Real Estate Agents
  • Housing Development Marketers
  • Sole Traders – all types
  • Partnerships
  • Companies
  • Trusts – Trading and Family
  • Property Speculators and Dealers
  • Entertainers & Bands
  • Taxi drivers
  • Private operators – sex workers
  • New Immigrants
  • Investors
  • IR 56 Payers (who pay their own PAYE)
  • Schedular payments contractors
  • Online Traders
  • Retailers
  • Education providers
  • Sportspeople
  • Sport Clubs
  • Non Profit groups
  • Clubs & Societies
  • Charities
  • Farmers
  • Scrap dealers
  • GST registered
  • Any business requiring professional tax expertise

Individuals, Non Business & others

  • Personal Tax Summaries (PTS) taxpayers
  • Salary & Wage Earners
  • Office workers who received bonuses during the year
  • Mums who stopped work to have a baby – on maternity leave
  • Mums who stopped work to look after children
  • People who did not file a tax return for the last 5 years
  • People who worked part of the year only
  • People leaving or coming to NZ
  • People who lived overseas for a period
  • People entitled to working for families tax credits because they have dependent children
  • People entitled to independent earner tax credits because they earned under $48,000 for the year
  • People eligible for other tax credits such as parental or minimum tax credits
  • Children who earned under $2,340 for the year but had tax taken out on some of that income
  • Students who had various jobs during the year
  • People who have expenses to claim such as – income protection insurance, fees to tax advisers, commission on interest & dividends, interest on borrowings to invest in shares, interest paid to IRD for late tax payments )
  • Retired people who still did odd jobs from which tax was deducted
  • People who previously filed incorrect tax returns
  • People who went overseas on their OE
  • People who received a lump sum payment such as a bonus or salary increase
  • People who were made redundant during the year may have been overtaxed
  • People who had more than one employer during the year
  • People whose employer mistakenly overtaxed them during the year (e.g. using the wrong tax code)
  • Beneficiaries in a trust
  • People who made donations to schools, churches or any charity
  • People who made donations through payroll giving from their salary or wages (easily missed)
  • Seasonal workers – people who did seasonal work such as during holidays
  • People with investments that are jointly owned
  • New Immigrants to NZ
  • Travellers who often have broken tax periods
  • Fishermen / Fisherladies