FAQ

Anybody across New Zealand is allowed to register a company for as long as the director(s) and shareholder(s) are 18 years old and above and that the director is not an undisclosed bankrupt.

It is not a law requirement that the director or shareholders must be a resident of New Zealand.

However, if the non-New Zealand resident owns more than 25% of the company shares, the company might be subjected to financial reporting or audit.

Our starting rate is $279, nett, all inclusive and no hidden charges. For a more complete guide, you may refer to our Pricing and Packages webpage.

Upon online application and payment submission, RTC will send the consent forms to your email address.

Each director and shareholder must sign on the consent forms.

The signed forms can be returned to us by email, fax or post. Upon receipt, we will officially proceed with the company registration.

No. We will handle the whole application process from beginning to end.

In fact, we also act in behalf of many solicitors and accountants across New Zealand. Using our services directly will save you a lot of time and money.

Yes you can. This can be done online and the transaction will be made directly with the New Zealand government.

Since you have registered your company with us, we will provide you with all the necessary information in making any amendments.

The owners of a look-through company (LTC) are liable for income tax on the LTC’s profits while also being able to offset the LTC’s losses against their other income. They do this by returning their proportion of the income and expenses in their own income tax return.

Refunds can be made on a case to case basis and only at the discretion of RTC’s management.

If you have paid and we have not proceed with the application yet, then you may apply for a refund.

However, if we have already undertaken any action related to your company registration, any request for refund will not be entertained.

Yes.  A sole company proprietor can both act as the director and shareholder.

You must register with the Inland Revenue if you will start trading. Upon registration, Inland Revenue will issue you your tax number.

If your company is expected to gross more than $60k in income for the next 12 months, you will also have to register for GST.

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You can finish filling out our online application form in as fast as 10 minutes.

Once the payment was submitted, we will be sending you the consent forms for your signature.

Upon receipt of the signed forms, your company will be registered in less than an hour given than it is submitted within usual working hours.

To know more about our simple online registration, please visit our How it works webpage.

You can simply tick the applicable box on our online application questionnaire to register your new company as LTC. Once this option was selected, we will include and provide the necessary forms needed.

Owners of businesses are bound by important legal obligations upon registration of the company.

To know more about your important roles as directors and shareholders, you may visit our Additional References webpage.

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