PKF Carr & Stanton, Hastings, New Zealand
News - 31 Oct 2016
Ian and Sharon Welch have run a successful building company that has made its name in constructing high quality architecturally designed homes and commercial properties across the region. Over recent years, their builds have been regular winners in the Registered Master Builders House of the Year Awards, and they have built a steady stream of customers who want that extra attention to detail and high quality workmanship that they offer.
The PKF Carr & Stanton team works with many businesses that go through exciting periods of growth. Often they have identified Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) as a crucial part of how they can monitor such growth and they use these to show their staff how their work contributes to the company. These help to increase staff contribution, motivation and lead to greater overall success.
If you are self-employed, we can review your ACC Levies and may be able to help save you money by ensuring you are on the right classification code and that your ACC is structured correctly for your circumstances. A review will ensure you are in control and fully aware of exactly what you are entitled to. The review focuses on the opportunities and differences between ACC CoverPlus and ACC CoverPlus Extra.
We recently enjoyed a great team building event hosted by our friends, the Hawke's Bay Rescue Helicopter Trust.
News - 09 Aug 2016
2016 sees two of the principals at PKF Carr & Stanton acknowledged by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand for their service to the Hawke’s Bay business community.
There are times when we meet someone who impresses us with a fresh, positive can-do attitude and it is clear that they are achieving and loving what they do.
At PKF Carr & Stanton, we take a proactive service approach that puts the family behind the business, their goals, dreams and objectives at the centre of everything we do.
News - 02 Aug 2016
ACC challenges have been more evident in the last few months, than is normal. These have fallen into two categories:
• the levels of cover taken out by self-employed workers
• the extraordinary challenges faced by businesses which have more than one type of activity.
By Eddie Aickin, Partner - PKF Francis Aickin.
News - 01 Aug 2016
As the saying goes, all good things must come to an end, and it is not uncommon to hear business owners and farmers talk about the challenge of moving on from the business that they have built after many years. Succession is a real concern for many business owners and never more so than when family or close friends are involved. Our belief is that all business owners should have a Succession Plan in place.
News - 29 Jul 2016
Statistics tell us that starting a new business can be risky with almost half of all start-ups failing within the first year. Issues around capital, cashflow, and establishing systems all come to mind, which is why franchises have established themselves as a good vehicle for the budding entrepreneur to start their own business venture. By Aaron Tyro.
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