Small business and Companies Taxation
Running a small business? Take care of the success of your business, and let us take care of your taxes for you. We have worked with hundreds of sole traders and companies around the country to develop a tax and accounting service that is built to meet your exact needs.
At 93 Accounting, we know how important it is to save every cent. That’s why we offer our expert tax accounting services on an extremely affordable subscription plan. For the price of a couple of coffees per week, you get unlimited access to a specialist tax accountant, our representation in any discussions with the IRD, our help in accessing credits and subsidies, and a whole raft of other money, stress, and time-saving benefits.
How We Help You
Taxes = done: we prepare and file all your income tax for sole traders or companies, your personal income tax, and your Goods and Service Tax (GST)
Debts = managed: if you owe the IRD money for previous or future tax years, we can help you to structure your payments and avoid additional fees, penalties, or interest accrual
Time = extended: Need more time to file your taxes? We can help you to get an extension and avoid late-payment charges
Reduce Your Taxes
The New Zealand government has a number of tax credits and subsidies that many drivers are eligible for – yet a lot of people don’t take advantage. We will make sure that you get every deduction, credit or subsidy you can, including:
Working for Families Tax Credit – as standard, we will provide you with full, detailed financial statements that will be accepted as ‘proof of income’ documentation when applying
Independent Earner Tax Credit – we will assess your work and financial situation, and if you qualify for the IETC we will apply for it on your behalf
Any time you need help or have a question, you can get in touch with your dedicated accountant. The best part? There’s no extra charge, no matter how many times you call or e-mail.
At the end of the financial year, we will provide you with a full set of accurate financial statements. These can be used as your proof of income documents when you apply for personal or business loans.