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Experts to help maximise your profit and legitimate tax deductions


Getting down to the essentials, investing simply means what you do with your available funds to make your money grow. Many of our clients have residential and commercial property as part of their overall investment portfolio. We also have experts who we call on regularly to assist our clients with investing in shares and bonds, no matter how big or small.

Our Auckland-based team of accountants can help take some of the pain and confusion out of rental income accountancy. We provide expert advice when dealing with considerations such as property income, property expenses, depreciation and which accrual or accountancy method is best suited to your business.

Whether you are interested in (or have already) shares, bonds, term deposits or property, Miller Johnson can make the accounting easier.

We can assist with:

Rental properties: Regardless of how many rental properties your business owns, it is necessary to keep track of the income and expenses of each one. Our chartered accountants have years of expertise in dealing with rental properties and will help you manage expenses and depreciation to reduce your overall tax bill come end of financial year.

Investing: An investment accountant can work in a variety of ways, but will generally provide financial consulting and advice to asset managers. This allows firms to have a sound financial standing when recording any investment transactions. We have a range of financial advisor contacts that can help you get started.

Contact Miller Johnson now for your FREE initial consultation

HAVE YOU THOUGHT OF:

  • Have you set your goals? Do you currently have high interest debt, e.g. credit cards?
  • Do you know your investor profile (e.g. duration, return, liquidity, risk)?
  • Do you know how you want to invest your money and what mix of investments suit you?
  • Do you have “Team Me” in place, i.e. your financial advisor, accountant, solicitor, etc?
  • Do you know all the deductions you’re entitled to claim?
  • Prior to purchasing rental property, do you have a tax-effective ownership structure in place?
  • Are you structuring your borrowings to maximise the amount of debt directly attributable to the rental property?
  • Are you prepared for periods where the property isn’t rented?
  • Have you completed an asset inventory with appropriate values to maximise depreciation claims?
  • Are you allocating income to a taxpayer on a lower tax rate?
  • Have you considered diversifying your investment?