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We know that people are at the heart of every business

That's why we take the time to get to know you.

We are Cambridge Accountants who love to spend time with our clients, to find out who they are, how they operate and what drives them to do the things that they do.

We work with you to increase profitability, make your systems work better for you, get better insights out of your data, or to simply keep you tax compliant.

At Shelley Tweedy and Associates, we live our values.

We take the fear out of accounting. We play by the rules and we do our utmost to deliver superior accounting service to our clients.

We are proud to be Chartered Accountants working with some of the best partners

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.

We are proud to be local Cambridge Accountants.


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Inflation is coming: should you increase your prices?

Inflation is currently running at 1.5%, but experts are forecasting that it’s likely to increase over the next year or two. The rising cost of goods and services has been driven by local labourRead more

Fees on utes - Three things you need to know

Plenty of Kiwi businesses buy utes as company vehicles. If you’re in the trades, for instance, a ute can be the perfect way to haul everything around and promote your brand at the same time.Read more

Profit improvement and productivity

Do you already track your gross and net profit but are at a bit of a standstill on how to increase profitability? Think about the relationship between business profit and productivity. You can increaRead more

Paying tax on your shares

There’s been a boom in direct share investments since the lockdowns of 2020 with platforms like Sharesies, Hatch and InvestNow seeing thousands of Kiwis join up to buy shares. These straightforwardRead more

Increases to Sick Leave

Sick leave is paid time off work if an employee, their spouse, partner, dependent child, or other person who depends on them is sick or injured. From 24 July 2021, employees will be entitled to 10 Read more

2021 Herd Scheme Values

Inland Revenue have recently announced this year’s livestock Herd Scheme Values and we think this is a great opportunity to update you on the latest movements. The Herd Scheme Values are the NationRead more

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

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