New Zealand

Tax compliance and reporting regulations are onerous, time consuming and complex.

Business owners and management must see to an increasing number of compliance issues, and be exposed to risk and significant penalties for failing to correctly respond. Few businesses have the in-house expertise to deal with such issues in a cost-effective, timely manner.

For many businesses, dealing with compliance issues involves a significant drain on time and resources and as a result, exposes them to a higher degree of tax risk.

Working with William Buck can ease the burden on both administrative staff and the key decision makers of the business. We make your compliance our top priority, allowing you to focus on what you do best, managing and growing your business.

We can help at every stage – from starting fresh, to taking over from your in-house bookkeepers and accountants when required. This keeps your records accurate, up-to-date and processed with minimum disruption to your business.

We continuously review the needs of our clients to proactively ensure they have the proper controls and procedures in place to not only meet compliance requirements but also achieve their personal and business objectives.

How we can help

  • Preparation of management and statutory accounts
  • Preparation and lodgement of tax returns
  • Tax planning
  • Specialist tax advice
  • Corporate secretarial duties
  • Business activity statements
  • Other statutory reporting requirements

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