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Shelley Tweedy & Associates have been offering high quality accounting services for over a decade.

We have a strong team of highly experienced accounting professionals with real experience in business. We would love to assist you with your accounting needs.

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5 ways to improve your cashflow

Cash is the lifeblood of any business – once the cash dries up, problems quickly begin to multiply. Keep the cash running freely and you can continue to grow your business. Here are five tips forRead more

Do you feel like a slave to your business?

Feeling like a slave to your business implies the loss of control; thinking that you need to be available to your customers 24/7 and that your team can't cope without you. It can also imply a victimRead more

Self-employed? Get the full KiwiSaver contribution

When you’re self-employed, you’re the one in charge of your KiwiSaver contributions. Without an employer to make contributions on your behalf, you need to decide how much you want to commit to yoRead more

Should you buy or lease your business assets?

There are certain items of equipment, machinery and hardware that are essential to the operation of your business – whether it’s the delivery van you use to run your home-delivery food service,Read more

Slow payers cost you real money

Like any relationship, timely communication between creditors and debtors goes a long way to avoiding trouble. One of those tools for small businesses is the financial web. The financial webRead more

The 10 ways to lift your margin

Improvements can always be made at the margin. Small tweaks to your processes or systems can make a massive difference to the end result. It’s the same with your business margin - a 1% increase inRead more

Talk to us now about Provisional Tax

The final provisional tax payment for the 2020/21 financial year will be due on May 7. Cashflow issues? If you’re worried about paying your provisional tax, it’s important to work with us andRead more

How to create a cash flow forecast for your business

A cash flow forecast is an important tool for business planning. And right now, understanding the cash coming in and going out of your business is vital. A cash flow forecast will show you how long yRead more

Terminal Tax Due - 7 April 2021

The end of the tax year is upon us, so this is a quick reminder that your terminal tax payment is due on 7 April. If cashflow is a problem and you’re not confident in your ability to make yourRead more

Tax shake-up targets property investors

A surprise move to change tax deductibility on rental properties has come as a shock to property investors. Owners of investment properties can no longer offset loan interest payments against rentalRead more

Six things you should know before the end of the financial year

We’d like to highlight a number of changes that have come in since COVID-19 hit so you can sail as smoothly as possible into the new financial year.Read more

The minimum wage increases on 1 April 2021

From April 1 2021, the adult minimum wage will increase from the current rate of $18.90 per hour to $20 per hour. There are 3 types of minimum wage — adult, starting-out and training. The adultRead more

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