Need to get more out of your business software and systems? Living Business has specialist expertise in bookkeeping, Xero, Payroll, job management and inventory software.
Ready to have your business systems working for you?
LIVING BUSINESS ARE GOLD CHAMPION XERO PARTNERS WITH 5 CERTIFIED XERO ADVISORS
$100 Monthly (Plus GST)
$250 Monthly (Plus GST)
$500 Monthly (Plus GST)
Living Business are a Tauranga based team specialising in bookkeeping and software consultancy. As well as being 100% Xero for accounting we support a range of Payroll options, WorkflowMax, and leading software for Job Management and Inventory. When you need to get financial systems running smoothly and effectively, we are the team to talk to.
I worked with Helen to launch WorkflowMax within Metro Marketing and her assistance, knowledge and at times patience with us was outstanding throughout the whole process!
MEET OUR TEAM
We help fully utilise the software and systems you have
and clarify new software options to support where your business is heading
Make better use of the software you already have
Identify which software will work for your business strategy
Support to successfully introduce new business software
What support can we offer?
Professional and Cost Effective Bookkeeping and Payroll Administration
Support and Troubleshooting for Xero, WorkflowMax, Unleashed, Payroll and other Job Management and Inventory Systems
Accurate and timely reminders and compliance for PAYE and GST
Effective Communication to ensure we support your existing Accountant and advisor relationships
Bookkeepers Certified through ICBNZBAI with hands on business experience
Honesty. If we can see a better way to get things done, we’ll tell you. Even when it means you need us less.
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