Business advisory

Business advisory

Our specialists will add-value to your business, provide peace of mind, and maximise financial opportunities. We’ll take care of your day-to-day accounting, prepare monthly reports, or provide advice on strategy, supporting you to achieve a successful future. Our business advisory services include:

Core accounting services

Financial statements, tax returns and payroll

Reporting & modelling

Monthly reporting, projected cash flow and financial insights.

Small business accounting

Specialist advice and accounting services for small businesses

Business strategy and owner support

Develop a powerful business strategy, a fit-for-purpose structure and on-going support

Outsourcing

Outsource business administration and financial work to our experienced professionals

Services

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Our Baker Tilly Staples Rodway business advisors in Auckland, Waikato, Tauranga, Hawkes Bay, Taranaki, Wellington and Christchurch provide specialist advice across New Zealand.  

Recent articles

10 Nov 2022

Small changes can bring big results in business

You might be in business, but are you following best practice? Michelle Valler is a Business Advisory Services director at our Hawke’s Bay office and today she gives tips on good governance, gross profit benchmarks, forecasting, the benefits of having a good advisor, and more.

27 Oct 2022

Dorian dispenses small business advice for 2023

Last week, Christchurch director Dorian Crighton appeared on “The Real Solutions Business Podcast” presented by Godfreys Law business owner Brad McDonald. The pair spoke about the 2023 landscape for small businesses and provided some advice for the months ahead. Here’s a summary, abridged and edited for length.

06 Oct 2022

Trailblazing a new era of sustainable farming in NZ

In an era of “dirty dairying” and animal welfare discussions, New Zealand-based limited partnership fund Southern Pastures is turning stereotypes on their heads.

22 Sep 2022

Changes coming for NFP and charity reporting

If you help run a not-for-profit or charity organisation that reports using Tier 3 (less than $2 million expenses per annum) or Tier 4 (less than $140,000 expenses per annum), then changes to your external reporting standards are on the way.  René Lamprecht clarifies…

08 Sep 2022

Your business benefits from tax pooling in NZ

Taranaki Business Advisory Associate Kylie Cronin is a huge fan of tax pooling. Here, she explains the benefits.

01 Sep 2022

How to start a successful business in New Zealand

If you’re an offshore citizen looking to set up business here, our Baker Tilly Staples Rodway advisors have the expertise and experience to ensure that your investment is compliant and successful.

19 Jul 2022

Challenging times for building and construction

The building and construction sector has come under significant pressure in recent times. Let's look at the statistics and challenges, and how those in the industry can help safeguard their business.

28 Jun 2022

Here’s what to factor in for your on-farm budget

Two weeks ago, we wrote about the importance of agriculturalists knowing their financial position, ready for what could be a bumpy ride through the 2023 season.

23 Jun 2022

Team touts the benefits of using the right software

It’s an age-old issue – a business purchases software and it isn’t right for the job. Staff throw up their hands in dismay as everyone grapples with a tool that is a help on some levels and a hindrance on others.

16 Jun 2022

Planning is a key buffer against rising farm costs

After a good 2021 season, rising costs are beginning to hit those in agriculture and it’s time to start planning because the 2023 season could be bumpy.

10 Jun 2022

Trust rules keep focus on high-wealth Kiwis

Are you considered well-off or a high earner by average standards? Then you’ve probably felt the effects of government initiatives focused on ensuring the wealthy pay their “fair share”. Now it’s turned its gaze to trusts, with the implementation of new reporting requirements.

08 Jun 2022

Trusts will wear burden of new compliance costs

If you’re one of the many people who set up a family trust to protect your assets, by now you’ll likely be aware that the government has put a spotlight on trusts.

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