TCL Accountants Palmerston North

 

So you are looking for an accountant who you can understand and tells it like it is? That’s us. We are different. We give straight, honest, blunt, business and accounting advice!

You will understand our conversations, so why not come and see us. We are in central Palmerston North.

There is more to working with you than just doing your books. We must be able to relate to each other. It’s a two way street. That’s why we offer a free 30 minute or so “getting to know each other chat”. At the end of the chat we can both decide if we are the right fit for each other.

We can have the free chat in person, on skype or over the phone using our call free number 0800 89 41 77.

It’s important that we provide you with quality, timely, advice. As a Xero Gold Partner with Xero certified accountants we will provide you with the best service technology can offer.

Most people think changing accountants is just too hard, nothing could be easier. Like the bank ad says we will give you a dedicated switcher.

Lets have a free chat and make sure together we are the “right fit”. You have nothing to lose but a few minutes of your time.

Greg Wells

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  • When should you register for GST?

    Whatever your business size and structure, there are good reasons to register for GST.

    If you expect your annual turnover to exceed $60k from supplying goods and services, GST registration is a must. This $60k excludes non-core (e.g. interest or domestic rent) income.

    If you expect to turnover less than $60k, you might still register voluntarily for GST. Because if you spend money (e.g. on plant or equipment) you can claim the 15% GST and put it back in your business

    Another reason to register is if your clients are councils or corporates. Many won’t deal with non-GST-registered suppliers as it’s too much bother for their accounts people.

    GST registration even denotes size and credibility. Some clients fear dealing with ‘little fish’ who turn over less than $60k.

    These are general comments. As every person’s situation differs, it’s wise to seek independent advice before acting.