One of our guys will be will you shortly.We are so happy You choose NexGen
Hi. We are NexGen Accounting, a fresh, young and innovative accountancy here to shake up the industry. NexGen was born out of the need for more; more value, more communication, more innovation. We’ve been in this game long enough to know that things can be done better and that’s what we aim to do.
We have two goals as a business; provide the best possible customer service in our sector and be at the forefront of change, processes, techniques, technology – the lot! Aside from that, we are an accountancy with a twist. We are experts in business development, you pair that up with being qualiﬁed accountants and you have an engine that effectively increases proﬁtability and helps businesses achieve their goals quicker.
NexGen is here to evoke change. We were sick of hearing that people were seeing their accountants once or twice a year, we thought they were over-exaggerating… they were NOT!
At NexGen we believe that people deserve more and you should be able to contact your accountant whenever you want. Our mission is simple, we are here to offer a committed and personal service to guide our clients to ﬁnancial freedom.
We are big on processes too. In order for you to get the best possible service it is important for us to create processes that keep things simple. Technology has made life easier, so it’s only right our tech-savviness makes your accounting easier too.
This drive enabled me to gain the confidence to deliver an awesome product, with exceptional service at competitive rates. Three years later we are still growing and committed to building our ethos of thinking differently every single day.
If there’s one thing I love to do in my spare time it’s a good charcoal BBQ – hanging out with friends and family and a few beers (sometimes a whiskey).
I’d be a policeman.
I’ve been told that I’m a pretty transparent person; the one side of me that people don’t see is my vast vocabulary of profanities :)
After finishing the degree, I decided to come back to Auckland to build my accounting career.
While I was in university, I played indoor football, and outdoor football in a league every week. (Usually spend weekend nights watching football). I love most sports - baseball, basketball, tennis, but not cricket... which doesn't really go down well in the office!
Also, having fun with fishing lately.
I’d be a Veterinarian.
Born in Taiwan, my family immigrated to New Zealand in 1996. Accounting was my favourite class in high school. I was tossing up Physio and Accounting but eventually chose Physio as it was a limited course with an intake of only 100 a year. After Physio didn't work out, it was only natural for me to go back to Accounting.
I'm a Pokemon trading card game player. I've won the NZ national championships twice in 2013 and 2015, and competed at the world championships in Vancouver and Boston respectively.
I’d be a lawyer
I have always seen technology playing a huge part in the Accountancy world and have passion to innovate and make our practices easier to use and understand.
Away from the numbers side of things, I am all about living life to the fullest - it’s difficult not to when you live in NZ. I love travelling, sports (mainly cricket) and most importantly surrounding myself with good food, better company and of course a decent beer.
I’d be an Architect.
Not many people know this, but due to my younger years in retail I know more about Manchester (bed & bath) than most women, and more about men’s clothing than I care to admit.
I’m happiest when I’m understanding client problems and helping overcome the challenges they face. The gratitude given to me from clients for sharing my knowledge and expertise was infectious. That’s when I realised I was going to be an Accountant :)
When I’m not in the office I eat (not that I don’t eat in the office) - and I mean really eat! I am a massive foodie. I love to people watch, explore new things and push myself out of my comfort zone. The most important thing in my life is my family so on top of eating I spend a lot of quality time with them.
I’d be a School teacher. Dolphin trainer.
I have a gift. It’s called hyper-super-duper-recognisation, I have the ability to remember faces, I’m scarily good at it too. My friends tell me it’s not a big deal, I totally disagree!
I’m still a university student, getting my Business degree from AUT majoring in Accounting and minoring in Marketing. After studying for almost an entire degree in Journalism, I decided that life wasn’t for me and the world of Accountancy was where my true destiny lies.
When not working or at university I spend as much time as possible skiing at Ruapehu in winter, and exploring Auckland and elsewhere in summer.
I’d be a journalist or for some reason a bus driver.
Business Development Manager
Look after new clients, while always making sure we look after our current ones by being available 24/7 to help with any questions.
Mum to two gorgeous kids who keep me incredibly busy with their sports and social events. When I’m not being their chauffeur, you’ll find me at the driving range, bowling or enjoying anything to do with the arts.
I wouldn’t be anything. Helping businesses get the best results is part of who I am.
There are too many to choose just one. But if you contact me to check you’re on the right accounting structure, I’m sure one of them will come out.
I believe in business if things are done right rewards will be reaped and businesses will grow. This is my passion.
I cannot live without news, I love the stuff. Friends say it’s a slight addiction. Politics, economy, sports, you name it, I read it. Especially economics, people say don’t take your work home with you but it’s difficult when it affects everyday life. Keeping my finger on the pulse gives me an advantage when helping business grow. When I‘m not buried in a newspaper I adore cricket… playing it, watching it, commentating on it, the works.
I’d be a Theatre Actor.