Professional, confidential accounting services.

We cover the basics and more. We make sure that records are accurate and your taxes are paid on time. Whether you are a start-up or a long-standing client, you will gain the benefit of our financial knowledge and advice, so you can make smarter informed decisions. We also know that good business is more than just profits, how you run your business, farm or personal accounts makes a ripple effect across our community.

Knowing we can make a difference gives us much pride in what we do. Paul is the sole practitioner of Paul Johnston Chartered Accountants, and has a team of 12 who support our client base. We are members of the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants (NZICA). You can make an appointment for a consultation within work ours or to meet after hours. Or you are welcome to walk in and meet us.

Finally, one of the biggest benefits of hiring an accountant is getting advice on how to plan for the future. We can pull reports and examine the seasonality of your business. Doing this will help you determine the best time to buy inventory, and budget for big-ticket investments so that you can stay competitive and viable. We can take a step back and objectively look at the big picture to find the best way to support the longevity of your business.

We also know that for a lot of our small business clients, the life of a business owner can be isolating, especially when you’re left with a pile of receipts and invoices to process. It doesn’t have to be that way. We can guide you through your journey to set you up for lasting success.

Leave the number crunching to us

  • Figures and statistics
  • Bookkeeping
  • Tax preparation
  • General administrative work
  • Annual Reports
  • Appraisals
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Financial Reporting
  • Forecasting Marketing
  • Planning Profit
  • Analysis Reconciliation
  • Help with business strategy
  • Fix your cash flow
  • Listen and support you
  • Manage your debt
  • Deal with unpaid invoices
  • Stay up to date with government subsidy schemes
  • Adjust your farm accounting calendar to suit the governments financial year calendar