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Our nationwide member firms offer accounting and business advisory expertise and much more. From business recovery, HR services and auditing to IT and marketing, we can assist with all aspects of your business. 

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Where to find your local office

Baker Tilly Staples Rodway has eight offices in seven regions across New Zealand. Visit our home pages here: 

Auckland
Waikato
Taranaki
Tauranga
Hawke's Bay
Wellington
Christchurch

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We’re the local specialists you’ve come to know and trust, and we proudly support our communities with big-firm expertise and a friendly regional touch.

Latest News

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17 Jul 2024

Tax Talk | How New Zealand’s tax changes and rates will affect you

With the government’s tax cuts less than a month away from coming into force, we briefly outline what you can expect and any actions that might be necessary.

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09 Jul 2024

From grad to partner – Jason Daubney’s audit career comes full circle

Jason Daubney started with us as a young accountant straight out of university. He still remembers his first day as a fresh-faced graduate at Baker Tilly Staples Rodway Auckland in 2011.

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05 Jul 2024

Swimming sensation & senior accountant Hazel is off to France

Baker Tilly Staples Rodway Auckland senior accountant Hazel Ouwehand is packing, ready to fly out as a New Zealand swimming representative.  Her athlete’s uniform has prime position in her suitcase.

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25 Jun 2024

What to do if you have customers or suppliers in financial distress

It is a natural to expect that some businesses won’t survive a recession. Would you know if one of your customers or suppliers is facing financial difficulty?

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20 Jun 2024

Is your incorporated society ready for the new reporting requirements?

Are you involved with an incorporated society? If so, it needs to be registered under the Incorporated Societies Act 2022, if it hasn’t already.

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19 Jun 2024

Fractional work – hiring a part-time specialist to help grow your business

As we head towards the middle of 2024, high interest rates and inflationary pressures have made it harder than usual for Kiwi businesses to thrive.

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11 Jun 2024

Can Ethereum switch from blockchain darling to the Web3 backbone?

The evolution of the internet from Web 2. 0 to Web 3. 0 will mark a significant shift in how we interact with digital spaces. Christchurch director Matt Shallcrass recently attended Pragma Sydney, a summit for builders and leaders in the Web3 ecosystem.

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06 Jun 2024

Six due diligence considerations for investing in a franchise

Making any investment in a business should be well considered and there is no difference when that business is a franchise.

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30 May 2024

Modest tax cuts for most Kiwis, but 2024 Budget lacks imagination

The sixth National government’s first budget was released earlier today, and while the faces might be new, there was little in the way of bold new initiatives.

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23 May 2024

Obituary: Tracy Hickman – an inspiring life of love, laughter and courage

Yesterday we farewelled beloved former Auckland corporate advisory director Tracy Hickman. Having battled cancer for five years, the 57-year-old took her final journey, a glorious but tired warrior departing this world for the great beyond.

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16 May 2024

Commercial buildings: How tax depreciation removal affects you

Do you own commercial or industrial buildings and report under IFRS or PBE standards? Have you considered how the recent removal of tax depreciation deductions on these buildings will affect you?

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14 May 2024

Tax freedom comes early – but it’s a likely sign of rough weather ahead

A lower corporate tax take, wage inflation and plummeting spending indicate a difficult 2024.

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