Independent Business Review

We can independently assess the short-term and long-term viability of your business and identify the opportunities that will give some direction moving forward

An independent business review will help create a roadmap for the future

Hayes Knight will perform a vigorous review of business performance and develop solutions to common issues that may have arisen such as conflicting opinions between a business and its stakeholders, failing to hit performance targets, inability to raise funds or meet payments to creditors. 

Whatever your business’ situation, we are able to offer sound advice drawing on our experience from helping many clients with similar issues whilst keeping a level of objectivity you can count on from independent experts.

The business review includes a thorough assessment of short and long-term liquidity and analyses the strategies within the business plan to evaluate whether they will help the business meet its goals. The external environment is a key consideration in arriving at recommendations, including any industry or market trends and factors such as competition that must be taken into account.

Our goal is to help you re-build trust, grow confidence and set you on a solid foundation from which you can make decisions and grow your business.

Some of the Business Improvement Team

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Top tax rate change – business considerations

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Have you received Inland Revenue’s email on the Brightline test?

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That one’s now in the bag. What happens when the rubber hits the road?

After an election campaign where millions of dollars of funds were promised by the various parties, the rubber will soon be hitting the road to increase our debt and to deliver on these promises. So what does the weekend’s election results mean for business? Clearly...
Tax changes

Top tax rate change – business considerations

With the election less than two weeks away, the business community is discussing the various parties’ policies and considering the potential impact on their business. Of particular interest is the Labour Party’s proposal to reintroduce a top personal tax rate of 39%....

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