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In the office

Emerging Business Leader 2013

We were proud and thrilled when our Business Manager, Christine Stevenson was named Emerging Business Leader 2013 at the recent Waipa Networks Business Awards. Chris started with us in the new role of Business Manager just over 3 years ago and has really helped to move the business forward. Congratulations Chris!

New Associate

We are pleased to announce that David Faville was promoted to Associate as at 1 April 2013. David started with the firm just over 2 years ago and at 34 years of age is well on his way to crafting a sound career in the world of accounting and business advisory. David is particularly skilled with XERO software and has been the driving force behind its introduction to the practice. If you wish to make contact with David please email him on david.f@accounted4.co.nz or give him a call on extension 828.

Retirement into 2nd gear

Ritchie Edge is now into his 2nd year of his transition to retirement.

Back from Parental Leave

We are delighted to have both Kirsty Johnson (Senior Accounting Manager) and Kim Antonio (Senior Accountant/Tax Advisor) back from recent parental leave. Kirsty is back fulltime and Kim works full days on Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday.

10 year anniversary

We recently celebrated Carolyn Eriksen’s 10th year with us. A great achievement and we are sure that many of our clients will join with us in saying congratulations!

Developing our professionals

At accounted4 we put a strong focus on professional development for our whole team. As well as regular seminar and webinars throughout the year the following team members are also enrolled in professional training;
  • Jamie Fisher – NZICA Professional Competency exam in October 2013.
  • Katie Jones – NZ Diploma in Business Studies – 1 paper to complete
  • Sharon Barnett – completed her NZ Diploma in Business Studies at the end of 2012!!

Come and support me...

On 30th August 2013 as I participate in the ANZ Cycle of Hope 2013, 200 km ride around Taranaki, in an effort to raise funds for the Waikato/BOP Cancer Society.

Any donations appreciated!! Please spread the word and pass on the link below to your friends so that the Waikato/BOP Cancer Society really benefits from my efforts.

Thank you, Martyn Steffert


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