Our goal is to continue to provide quality personalised financial advice in partnership with our clients for many more years to come.

 

The personal service constantly provided at Sellar & Sellar has played a large part in its longevity, with long lasting ties built and retained over many years. Whether you are established, starting a business or purchasing an existing business, Sellar & Sellar can use our many years of experience to advise on the best ownership structure, record keeping requirements, tax efficiency and employment issues, as well as succession planning and strategic advice.

 

Our firm offers a broad spectrum of accountancy services with a focus on professional business advice:

  • Business Appraisals and Due Diligence
  • Business and Strategic Planning / Growth
  • Financial Health Checks / Investment Advice
  • Risk Assessment and Management
  • Budgeting and Cash Flow Forecast
  • Trust Formation / Management
  • Company Formation / Management
  • Preparation and Filing of Income Tax Returns
  • Payroll
  • GST / PAYE / Kiwisaver / RWT / FBT
  • Audits and Assurance Reports
  • Succession Planning

 

 

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  • We have a team of experienced, qualified accountants and client administration staff who provide friendly, efficient, personal service
  • We use and provide some of the latest and best accounting technology for your business
  • If you prefer we can quote up front so there are no surprises
  • We provide a fast, efficient turnaround for your work
  • We are in modern offices in a convenient CBD location with easy access to parking.

 

 

It pays to engage a Chartered Accountant

In todays complex business environment, getting the right advice can mean the difference between success and failure. Chartered Accountants are experts up-to-date on the latest business issues
and committed to ongoing professional education. Engaging a Chartered Accountant is a smart investment and your assurance of quality and expertise. Getting expert advice early will avoid you having to pay penalties and interest to the IRD.

 

A Chartered Accountant is:

  • A member of the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants
  • Required to undertake mandatory professional development training
  • Bound by our code of ethics and is required to adhere to professional standards
  • Subject to our disciplinary procedures
  • Trained for a minimum of seven years to achieve this professional qualification
  • Subject to five-yearly review of their professional practices (where they offer services to the public).