Succession Planning

Our team will help you realise the true value of your business and prepare it for tomorrow.

Succession is a journey. Where are you headed?

Punching well above its weight, Hayes Knight’s on-going work in the area of succession planning has seen the firm accumulate a wealth of knowledge and practical experience across the entire succession lifecycle, from the journey of preparation, through to the actual event. Whether you’re looking to sell to an external party, a family member or something bigger, such as an IPO, our team can help you realise the true value of your business and prepare it for tomorrow.

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Going the Distance for Oxfam

Hayes Knight team member Vanessa Graham will be taking part in the Oxfam 100km Trailwalker in March 2020, an event where teams of four start, stay and finish together, walking across 100km of breath-taking Whakatāne terrain. A key feature of the event is that it’s not...

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SHOULD YOU USE TAX POOLING?

Yes, we certainly think so. It is Inland Revenue approved and has been around since 2003. In a nutshell, instead of taxpayers paying their provisional tax payment to the Inland Revenue, they deposit their provisional tax payment with a tax pooling intermediary who...

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Latest News

Going the Distance for Oxfam

Hayes Knight team member Vanessa Graham will be taking part in the Oxfam 100km Trailwalker in March 2020, an event where teams of four start, stay and finish together, walking across 100km of breath-taking Whakatāne terrain. A key feature of the event is that it’s not...

Hayes Knight listed as one of the top accounting firms in New Zealand for the third year running

For the third year in a row Hayes Knight has once again been named in the who’s who of chartered accounting firms in the country – 17th position in the annual list of top 30 accounting firms in New Zealand. The recently released annual list of top 30 accounting firms...

SHOULD YOU USE TAX POOLING?

Yes, we certainly think so. It is Inland Revenue approved and has been around since 2003. In a nutshell, instead of taxpayers paying their provisional tax payment to the Inland Revenue, they deposit their provisional tax payment with a tax pooling intermediary who...

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