New Zealand-wide client base
Where you live in New Zealand is not a problem now that business is managed in a “virtual” world. We can enjoy an easy, positive and interactive working relationship with you in the same hands-on sense as if you were along the road.
Fixed Fee Packages
Our services are tailored to you with a No Surprises Fixed Fee payable by monthly instalments and include free advice hours so you can feel relaxed about calling or emailing.
We don’t buy into those nasty, unexpected invoices that make you gulp.
At Capital Accounting we aren’t just about the numbers. We do of course handle all the accounting and tax nitty gritty and our bookkeeping services are popular, but we love to help kiwi businesses excel by becoming involved that much more.
Smart Business Advice
If you want the dream of success without the stress and it isn’t quite happening, then our savvy business advice, strategy planning and tailored services will free up your time so your talents stay firmly fixed where you want them to be – working directly on your business.
Online systems and processes
Whatever services we provide we make it easy for you to deal with us. Not only do we speak your language but we have embraced technology big time with virtually everything handled via secure online cloud programs and services. Record keeping is a breeze as you file your docs to paperless heaven.
Nothing beats Xero. This ground-breaking online accounting software that eases the time needed to manage a business allows you to be involved to the level you wish with support from our dedicated Xero trainer who can be logged on in real-time with you.
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Our niche Lower Hutt based practice provides accountancy services for a wide range of NZ wide entities and we seek an experienced accountant to join our team.
The role will suit if you have plateaued where you are, have clear goals and want to achieve more.
You will be:
• CAANZ or CPA Australia qualified.
• Have a minimum of two years professional experience.
• Have strong computer skills, including experience working with Excel, Xero, and XPM.
• A strong, reliable work history
You will be responsible for:
• Developing business development services for new and existing clients.
• Preparing regular Management Reports.
• Updating Xero on a daily or weekly basis.
• Client relationship management.
• Preparing Financial Statements in Xero.
• Providing a broad range of business advisory services to clients including meeting compliance requirements, tax planning, cash flow management, budgeting.
• Identifying technical issues for clients, and working out solutions.
• Managing work flow and completing jobs within budget.
• Other tasks as required in a busy accounting practice.
Excellent remuneration for the right person based on personal attributes, skills and experience.
Immediate start would be great.
If this sounds like you, please email your CV and cover letter outlining how you believe you can fill this role to: email@example.com