Ashton Wheelans is proud to be The Chamber’s business advisory and accounting specialist partner. In their proud 50-plus year history, they’ve built a reputation as a gold standard chartered accountant firm both in Christchurch and more recently in North Canterbury and Central Otago. They do day-to-day accounting and tax services, but where they really shine is by powering businesses success. Their team's skills and experience cover the full spectrum of advisory and business services. No matter the stage of your journey, they will always send in the right people to inform, advise and guide the way toward your definition of success.

Ashton Wheelans would love the opportunity to work with you to achieve your version of success, no problem is too big or small. Contact The Chamber for your referral to Ashton Wheelans for business advisory and accounting advice. Members get their first hour free.

RESOURCES

Directors Educational Series
Payroll Audits with Ashton Wheelans
Why it can pay to buy an existing business


COVID-19 ADVISE AND SUPPORT

Ashton Wheelan's Subsidy Application Guide
Business Recovery: Restructuring and Turnaround
Debit Hibernation Regime
Insolvency and Business Recovery
Small Business Cashflow Scheme
Support for Small and Medium Sized Businesses


KNOWLEDGE BITES
Dealing with Insolvency
Presented by The Canterbury Employers' Chamber of Commerce business advisory and accounting Specialist Partner Ashton Wheelans. Executive director and Insolvency Practitioner Andrew Oorschot provides insight into dealing with insolvency, including how to recognise when a company is insolvent, options available prior to considering liquidation, optimism bias, time-frames and more.




Demystifying the Insolvency Process
Presented by The Canterbury Employers' Chamber of Commerce business advisory and accounting Specialist Partner Ashton Wheelans. Executive director and Insolvency Practitioner Andrew Oorschot demystifies the insolvency process, providing insight into voluntary administration and creditor compromise, receiverships and liquidations.