Cloud accounting

How's Business?

If you can’t answer that question, then it’s time to get real. Baker Tilly Staples Rodway Cloud Accounting gives you answers on how to manage your business more effectively.

Taking cloud accounting to new heights

The business environment is constantly changing. Now it is easier than ever to keep up with that change.

Baker Tilly Staples Rodway, one of New Zealand’s most trusted chartered accountancy firms, is proud to bring you Baker Tilly Staples Rodway Cloud Accounting – an accounting service that delivers what you need anytime, anywhere.

Combining the latest technology with Baker Tilly Staples Rodway’s tradition of integrity. Baker Tilly Staples Rodway Cloud Accounting will deliver the right accounting solution for your needs.

What you need, when you need it

Whether it is a one-stop accounting shop where all your book-keeping, accounting and tax needs are met, a virtual CFO to provide high level tax advice or just core accounting and tax, we have the solution for you.

A tailored service that works for you

We are system agnostic. We believe that as each business is unique so too are its needs. We will not push you down the “one-size-fits-all” route – rather we will use our expertise to put together a tailored solution – specific for your needs.

Using accounting systems like Xero and MYOB Live, combined with Baker Tilly Staples Rodway expertise, we can streamline your accounting process. Whether you are a start up with big aspirations or a mature business looking for efficiency, Baker Tilly Staples Rodway RealTime will provide the right solution for you today and in the future.

In addition to cloud accounting Baker Tilly Staples Rodway can also assist with your other cloud IT needs. Find out more.

Benefits of using Baker Tilly Staples Rodway Outsourcing  

Accurate, timely and informative management reports to make business decisions.

No requirement to manage or train finance staff or resources allowing you to focus more of...

Flexibility for the book-keeping and accounting resource to grow or contract with your bus...

One responsible contact for delivery of book-keeping and financial accounting requirements...

Ability to proactively identify, assess and deliver internal change.

Known and trusted service delivery.

Reduced risk of fraud.

Baker Tilly Staples Rodway RealTime Reporting

A management reporting service providing greater insight and clarity to your business performance.

Do you have some numbers for your business, but you still can’t answer the question “how’s business?”. You are not alone.

Our Baker Tilly Staples Rodway Cloud Accounting solution will help you make sense of the numbers – whether those are the few key numbers that make the biggest impact or a full in-depth management report that allows you to manage your business effectively.

The big picture

Get a clear picture of where your business stands at any time.

Baker Tilly Staples Rodway RealTime Reporting will provide the information to help you monitor your margins, profit, cash position, debtors and creditors and other key performance indicators (KPIs).

Strategic planning

Get access to a true business partner for financial success.

It's like having your very own in-house accountant reporting your results, monitoring your business and identifiying opportunities to act on.

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Timely info

Don't wait to find out how much money you've made or what your tax bill is.

Access to good information in a timely manner leads to better decisions being made. Let Staples Rodway RealTime Reporting help deliver accounting and other information to you in a timely manner.

Cloud accounting packages

Real Easy Real Basic Real Virtual CFO Realtime Books

Ideal for businesses who have things under control, but want certainty around tax matters. Ideal for small businesses who need a bit more support with the detail in order to focus on running their business. Ideal for medium or growth businesses who want ongoing expert support to maximise their financial results. Ideal for those looking for someone else to take care of their back office so that they can focus on running the business.

Provision of accounting software application

yes

Year end compliance including financial statements & income tax returns

Accounting software support

1 hour per month unlimited unlimited

Bank account reconciliation

GST return review & lodgement

RealTime Management Reports

Annually Quarterly Monthly

RealTime Advisor meeting

Month end procedures

Book-keeping services

Tax reminders & quarterly newsletter

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