The renewed potential of cloud payroll for accountants
Leave calculations, the Holidays Act, public holiday pay – payroll has often been viewed as “loss-leading” and frustrating for accountants.
However, the role of the accountant has changed. Today, clients are looking for value-adding advisory that goes beyond traditional processes. Here’s where accountants can unlock the potential of cloud payroll.
In our free guide, you’ll learn:
The need to adapt to the changing role of the accountant
Consider the impact on your firm as Kiwi clients’ needs evolve and change over time
The pains of payroll compliance in New Zealand
Identify common barriers to payroll compliance, such as Holidays Act interpretation and complex enterprise agreements
The power of automation to free up time
Learn the value of your time and how many hours you could be saving through automating processes
Reasons to embrace cloud payroll software
Understand why and what to look for in powerful software
Download the free guide now.
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