But why spend time stressing about your financials when that energy could be better used to create new business opportunities and develop relationships?

When you stop and think about it, it does make a lot of sense to build a system to manage your financial information – and then follow it.

Follow it? Yes, that’s the harder part. You need to be ‘on to it’ at least each day, week or month. And this is how you avoid wasting your energy on unproductive financial stress.

So, what potential stress points are we talking about?

How about tax – if you’re in business, have you got your tax neatly saved away, ready to pay on the due date? If you have, great. But is it saved in a place that’s making the greatest saving in any interest repayments?

Having the right system ensures you get the best out of your money without having to stop and consider the various options each time.

What about GST and FBT and ACC obligations – are you paying those in the most efficient ways? Are you claiming what is due and paying the correct amount?

Any good system is likely to include a budget. What is a budget and what does it mean to you? Why would you bother having one?

Where is all of this careful management leading to anyway? What are the major financial goals in the life of your business and how does that affect your personal life?

Knowing where you are, planning for upcoming outgoings (and hoped-for incomings) is very important to you and your future ambitions.

At Vision Accounting, one of our guiding principles is to help our clients manage their financials without stress. It doesn’t matter where you are in life, we all need to bring things to a grin-on-the-face conclusion – even if that is just the first step on the next journey.

Our other Guiding Principles

1st Guiding Principle
Vision Accounting guiding principles

Understand your numbers

Our experience shows us that people who truly understand their numbers feel more relaxed, more empowered and are better able to plan the future growth of their business.

2nd Guiding Principle
Vision Accounting guiding principles

Build financial freedom

So, what does financial freedom mean for you? Have you ever considered the possibility? It’s an exciting thought and one that could happen – if you can get all of your ducks in a row!

3rd Guiding Principle
Vision Accounting guiding principles

Protect your assets

Wherever you are in your life, you have a certain amount of assets. It could be just the shirt you’re wearing or a multi-million-dollar business. Either way, you’re not going to be keen to lose it.

5th Guiding Principle
Vision Accounting guiding principles

Make informed decisions when you need to

Confidence – this is a huge part of business life! Confidence gives you the ability to take that next step forward: hire that member of staff; get that job sorted; buy the truck (or fleet of trucks) to satisfy that contract.

What our clients are saying

Clear advice and instructions

It was great meeting with you this morning! Your clear advice and instructions are very much appreciated and you have demonstrated yet again just why we love to have you as our accountant.

Elmarie Faurie


Excellent advice and service

We have been clients of Virginia and her team since the start of Vision Accounting (and before). They are approachable, friendly and professional and respond promptly to questions. Always excellent advice and service at a very reasonable price. Very highly recommended.

Mike & Pat Kramer

Personal account

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Are you starting a business?

Congratulations – you might be hugely excited and ready to spend your savings on that amazing opportunity… or keen to sign that contract…

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Do you have an existing business?

All successful businesses need a close and effective relationship with an accountant. And we’re sure you have or have had one with yours over the time you’ve been in business.

How can we help?

Vision Accounting

T: (09) 415 0319

106a Bush Road, Albany, Auckland, 0632