Accounted4 Ltd

Accounted4 Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 days ago

New blog articles detected

  • Xero for beginners Workshop

    Join us. Join the revolution. When: Wednesday 15th March, 5.30-7pm Venue: Accounted4 Office Presenters: Jamie Fisher and Geoff Hurst Cost: Complimentary How to match up invoices and code correctly Help with completing and finalising GST returns Brief overview of features in Xero Any other topics requested Come along to this Xero workshop for beginners to assist you with your day to day ru...

Accounted4 Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 week ago

New blog articles detected

  • Introduction to new Team Members

    We welcomed three new people to our team in the first few weeks of 2017; Steff McNamara is our new 'Face of the Company' and sits proudly in the receptionist position at our front desk. Steff has a very bubbly friendly personality and has fitted into our team like a glove. Amanda James joined our Support Services Team as a Client Services Assistant and will also assist Steff on reception. Amand...

Accounted4 Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 weeks ago

New blog articles detected

  • Claim back your School Donations

    Hundreds of thousands, potentially even millions of dollars worth of unclaimed tax rebates from school donations are going unclaimed each year. Many parents are unaware they can claim a rebate from the Inland Revenue Department of up to one third of what they donated to the school their children attended. And many schools don't tell parents they can claim a rebate on school donations. Many parent...

  • Turning Complaints into Opportunities!

    Dealing with customer complaints can be both gruelling and rewarding. But being able to turn the situation around so your customer is happy with the outcome can strengthen their loyalty to your brand and inspire some gold standard word of mouth marketing. Communication and attitude are as vital as expert product knowledge. Listen and empathise Let the customer tell...

  • Building Your Dream Team

    In order for your business to be a success, you need to be surrounded by like-minded people with good core skills and values, aiming for the same end goal. In essence, this is your dream team. But how do you ensure you're recruiting the right team players? Be clear What are the qualities you require from employees? Think, plan and be specific so that the right applic...

  • Ho Ho Ho! Knowing what's deductible

    Do your plans for the festive season include functions to celebrate with clients and the team? What about gifts? If they do, here are some tips on the tax implications. When you're entertaining clients or colleagues, some entertainment expenses are tax deductible while others aren't. It can be tricky working out what's deductible as a business expense and what isn't. The basic idea is that an ...

  • In the Office

    Unfortunately we say farewell to Paula Kilgour, our receptionist, who is relocating to Taupo, and Sonia Treblico, a member of our Accounting Team. We wish you both all the best. ...

  • Featured Client

    Dr Katherine Tozer is a senior scientist for AgResearch in Hamilton and Dr Peter Tribe a GP in Te Awamutu. They are grateful clients of Accounted4. Katherine has met many wonderful farming people in the 11 years she has lived in New Zealand. She has written 3 books Tales from the Back Country. They tell wonderful stories both recent and old, about life in NZ's rural areas. With their permission sh...

  • Featured Partner

    Cloudland is a leading cloud services provider and stands apart due to its customer service, technology capability and commitment to delivery. Cloudland customers have seen the removal of significant amounts of IT hassle, savings in cashflow and the freedom to return to their core business. Cloudland has unique solutions for customers seeking to buy their ICT services using a utility model of deli...

  • In the Industry

    In the race to have everything done before the Christmas closedown, make sure you take some time to look at your cashflow and plan for the new year. January is a month with some key tax dates, with a lot of things falling due on 15 January in particular. As well as the usual PAYE return dates, GST returns for both November and December are due in January. And for many, January and February can ...

  • Payroll Team Update

    We often hear our clients say they are 'doing the wages' or 'paying the wages'. Anyone involved in payrolls know there is a heck of a lot more to it than that! You are the Payroll Manager of your business and keeping informed and aware of your obligations is a big responsibility. Good staff are one of your biggest assets, so before the festive season kicks in, put your Payroll Manager hat on an...

Accounted4 Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

New blog articles detected

  • Provide GST Registration Details To Remote Vendors

    From 1 October 2016 non-resident businesses must charge and return GST where they meet the criteria to register for GST and they supply remote services (including online services) to New Zealand residents. As a New Zealand resident business, you won't be charged GST on these supplies, if You are GST registered The supplies are part of your taxable activity, and You let the non-resident suppli...

Accounted4 Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

New blog articles detected

  • Marketing Toolkit

    Stuck for ideas? Think about different ways to market your business. Host an event This could be a fundraiser, charity event or quiz night. It's a great way to raise your profile. Events can focus attention on you and your brand, giving you more exposure where needed. You can also target your audience more specifically by selecting the people you invite. The bonus is, they can't s...

Accounted4 Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

New blog articles detected

  • Breaking Free From Idle Mode - Top Tips For Business Growth

    It's easy to sit back and enjoy the fruits of your labour and become comfortable with your current business position. But don't become too comfortable. Isn't that why you got into business in the first place? To step away from that zone and challenge your way of thinking? Always be aware of and listen to your market. It's easier to swim with the current than against it so make sure you a...

Accounted4 Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

Out-Market Your Competitors?

Get complete competitive insights on over 2.2 million companies to drive your marketing strategy.

Create Free Account Log in

Out-Market Your Competitors

Get complete competitive insights on over 2.2 million companies to drive your marketing strategy.

Create Free Account

Already a user?  Log in