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Keep on top of your tax
Being a business owner carries an annual obligation. You must file a tax return with Inland Revenue. Most “tax years” in New Zealand run between 1 April and 31 March of the following year. In order to determine taxable profit for the tax return, most businesses prepare financial statements to report their activities between these dates. When you’re a Beany client, you have 12 months after the end of the year to get these details completed. However, we strongly recommend doing it while the information is fresher in your mind. Lucky for you, your Beany accountant is responsible for preparing your tax return.

What’s the process?
First off, we use our purpose-built software to ask you all the questions we need to prepare your tax returns (if you wonder why we repeat some of the same questions each year, it’s because the law requires us to).
Our questions are designed to make sure: The tax return includes all of your income
The tax return includes all of your business expenses (which reduces the size of your tax bill)
The figures in the financial statements and tax return are accurate and complete.

No question is a silly question, just ask away

I work with Beany customers helping with with any small business questions they might have, and If I cant help I have access to over 21 other Beanies to go to.

Beany customers get free unlimited support

Beth Aldridge
Head of Customer Success

Beth Aldridge

Head of Customer Success

no question is a silly question, just ask away

I work with Beany customers helping with with any small business questions they might have, and If I cant help I have access to over 21 other Beanies to go to.

Beany customers get free unlimited support

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