Munro Benge

Accountants that speak your language

The skills and experience of a global network with the personal touch and intimacy of a small firm

Find out how we can help your business grow

Munro Benge is an independent member of BKR International and an independent member firm of the Walker Wayland Australasia Limited network.

Our goal is to help our clients create enduring value in their business

As an independent firm of Wellington chartered accountants and business advisors we can help you with the following:

Business Advice

Business advice at your fingertips

Business Compliance

Getting it right

Expatriate Services

Need expert advice about expat tax?

Family Trusts

Protect your wealth

Personal Advisory

We can help you get your life sorted

Payroll Service

We can manage all aspects of your payroll


Obtain your entitlements


Positive efforts in challenging situations

Property Management

Let us attend to the management and administration of your properties

News and Updates

Service with a smile

Service with a smile

Want to win new customers? Ok great. But whatever you do, don’t ignore the ones you already have. Studies show that the longer your customers stay, the more they’ll spend with you*. Happy customers = loyal customers = boosted bottom line. *Depending on the type of...

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Feel the love

Feel the love

How raving fans can rock your business You may have heard the term ‘raving fans’. It’s a passionate subset, usually about 10-15% of your customer base, who are so in love with your business that they shout it out from the rooftops. They keep coming back, not because...

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Business Health Check

Things to do this month Now that 31 March has come and gone (whew!) it’s time to focus on other things. So why not update content on your website? The more fresh information, articles, downloads or new pages you add, the more frequently the search engines will visit...

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Cleaning out the dirty money

Cleaning out the dirty money

New legislation puts laundering in the spotlight While New Zealand is hardly the money laundering capital of the world, we still see our share of shady activity. Every year, around $1.35 billion of fraud- and drug-related money is laundered through legitimate New...

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Minimum wage increase: 1 April 2018

The minimum wage in New Zealand has increased from $15.75 to $16.50 per hour. Minister for Workplace Relations and Safety, Iain Lees-Galloway, says the $0.75 rise will benefit around 164,000 workers and their families, and will increase total wages by $129 million per...

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