TAS NZ Limited

As governments around the world are obliged to put in place a strict accounting regime to combat rising fraud and money laundering, companies in turn would be obliged to follow proper financial reporting practices.

To do so, they would be required to employ qualified accountants, either in-house or outsource the service.

Auckland based TAS NZ Limited is one such, offering a comprehensive range of services suitable not only to large, medium and small businesses but also to owner-operated enterprises.

Principal Govardhan Mallela said that no company can afford to focus all its time on resources on support functions and processes.

Experience and Expertise

“That is why clients (corporate or individual) can expect specialised treatment at TAS NZ Limited. We are specialised in Company formation, Business Activity Statement, (BAS) services, filing GST, PAYE and Income Tax returns, Monthly or Annual Accounting and providing periodic reports to clients. Our services are tailored to suit specific needs of clients.  Flexibility is one of the highlights of our Practice,” he said.

Integrity and Honesty

A qualified Chartered Accountant with full membership of the Institute of Australia New Zealand Chartered Accountants, Mr Mallela is known for his integrity and honesty and over the past 20 years, an increasing number of clients have had the benefit of his expertise and services. Among them are commercial and residential property investors, IT professionals,  Restaurants, Hotels, Trusts, Look Through Companies retailers and self-employed people.

Mr Mallela believes in adding value to his relationship with clients and hence understands their business and other financial status. Hence, the first consultation or appointment is always free.

Apart from his professional Practice, Mr Mallela is also involved in promoting Carnatic Music among children and enthusiasts.

Please contact him on 021-1455708. Email: taxnz@yahoo.com


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