ACC administration and reviews.
We review your ACC cover and invoices on an annual basis to make sure you have the best cover and correct classification.
- Review of all ACC invoices - Employer, coverplus, checking your classification and earnings are correct
- Contact ACC on your behalf during our review and confirm any changes on your account
- How being on the right classification can save you money
- The choice between ACC, premiums and private insurance
We Use ACC Online calculators to compare costs and if you are starting a new business, estimate the likely cost of ACC.
Self-employed people are classified as full-time, if they work more than 30 hours per week over a full tax year. So therefore self-employed people who work less than an average of 30 per week over a full tax year are classified as part-time.
Partnership - Different classifications can be used for each partner to save ACC levies, e.g. A husband and wife partnership, the husband milks cows (classified as milker) and the wife does the paperwork (classified as administrator)
Mixed Earner - You are a mixed earner is your income is made up of both self-employed and employee (PAYE) earnings.
Employer - All employers are required to pay ACC levies to fund personal workplace injury cover for their employees. This cover is called ACC work place cover.
Shareholder - Employee - You are classified as a shareholder-employee if you are both a shareholder and an employee of a company