Naked Accounting, a nationwide accountancy service for businesses, farmers, charities and clubs, has stripped back costs to the bare essentials so you can have an accountancy service that helps you save money.
Our aim is simple – to reduce your accountancy costs by 30% - 50%.
That’s our aim at Naked Accounting. Many of our clients have the skills, experience and knowledge to take charge of much of their company accounts and tax returns. At Naked Accounting we recognise that not everyone needs to have an accountant that does everything for the client. We have systems in placed that recognise people’s level of independence, and saves them money.
For clients who wish to acquire the skills to be more independent we can assist you with training from specialists at Naked Accounting. The more control you have over your accounting and tax returns the more it can save you money, and that is the aim of Naked Accounting.
Last year the government announced a simplified reporting system for small to medium businesses. The Inland Revenue Department has identified that these changes will save businesses a potential of $90 million!! Naked Accounting wants to ensure that businesses get their slice of these savings.
We aim to save businesses between 30% and 50% on their accountancy fees, with fees going down each year - not up.
We also want to look at other ways you can save money. This not only benefits our clients but is good for the business community as a whole and if businesses prosper the NZ economy prospers.
At Naked Accounting we are passionate about helping businesses.
Naked Accounting’s commitment to keeping costs low is perfect for charities, clubs and other not for profit organisations where every cent counts.
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