What TaxBridge customers say

“Mike is a pleasure to work with. Nothing is too much trouble and his technical knowledge is excellent. Importantly, he took the time to listen to my personal circumstances, consider them, and then give an opinion rather than just present a range of options. That was valuable to me because cross-border tax issues are complicated.”

“Mike at Taxbridge offered exactly what this recent returnee to NZ needed – deep technical knowledge, up-date information on NZ and international tax regimes and the provision of clear solutions. Mike’s timely delivery and associated communication gave me the peace of mind I was looking for in a tax professional. I would happily recommend Taxbridge to Kiwis and recent arrivals who need that peace of mind and confidence that their tax responsibilities are well-looked after.”

“Mike has been invaluable in guiding me through some very complicated issues in relation to my personal tax. His knowledge of the NZ and UK tax systems is so extensive he was able to present me with a clear path through to a very satisfactory resolution. He did everything so efficiently and communicated every stage to me so I knew exactly how things were progressing.”

“We moved from Canada 20 years ago and are now looking a transferring our Canadian Retirement Savings Plans to New Zealand. Mike was a quick study in understanding our questions and provided a great, clear tax picture from which we made the key decision to forge ahead now with the transfer rather than wait until retirement. One learning was tax treaties – they do not reduce the tax bill – they just decide in this case how much Canada gets and how much payable tax comes home to New Zealand!”

“Mike has helped me file tax returns in the UK and NZ. He is a true professional who is meticulous in his approach, and gives good impartial advice. I would strongly recommend his services.”

“Moore Feakins regularly collaborate with the strong technical NZ Taxbridge team on UK/NZ cross border tax matters.  Their advice is always calm, considered and pragmatic – most importantly delivered in plain English.”