GRA | Contact Details



Phone:   +64 9 5227955
Fax:        09 522 7970
Email:    info@gra.co.nz

Contact usAddress: Level 6, 135 Broadway Newmarket
PO Box 9918, Newmarket, Auckland.



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Finding Us

We are at 135 Broadway, Newmarket, Auckland (see map below), situated to the right of the Rialto cinema complex and left of The Carlton Bar. (These businesses are located on the corner of Khyber Pass and Broadway in Newmarket, Auckland.)  To access our building, enter from Broadway directly to the right of the Rialto Cinema Centre at No 135. Take the lift to the 6th floor where our reception and offices are located.

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Parking 

Parking is from the rear of the building off Osborne Street, with access from the roof of the parking area. Go up the ramp and park in our posted parks in the first bay on the left.  

Please note parking is only available for meetings during office hours. Unfortunately we are unable provide parking for GRA events or seminars, as we do not have enough car parks to accommodate all attendees.

 
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Management Contacts:

Matthew Gilligan - Managing Director.   Email: mg@gra.co.nz
Janet Xuccoa - Trust Services Director.  Email:  jx@gra.co.nz 
John Rowe - Business Services Director.  Email:  jr@gra.co.nz

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Testimonial

This letter is to express my appreciation for the assistance and encouragement of both Anthony Lipscombe and particularly John Heaslip over the last financial year.

The period since activating my trading trust has been one of considerable stress, as well as personal development, as I embarked on this as a relative business neophyte with virtually no awareness of the contemporary requirements of running a business, particularly the financial records aspect. During much of this period I have therefore felt considerable out of my depth.  However I have been lucky enough to have had the benefit of the advice and support of John Heaslip in rationalizing what was a fairly chaotic set of records of the first year property trading.

I am able to say that John in particular, has been unstinting in his attention to my needs and has done so in a manner which has never alluded to my extremely rudimentary grasp of managing a business, or even of being unable to set out a spread sheet properly.  The result of the above guidance is that now, although my trading trust would still not be able to operate without the advice of GRA, I do least feel a sense of satisfaction that I have got to my present point without major disaster and that my property trust does now have some kind of firmer basis for any future activities

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I found Matthew Gilligan’s Property 101 and Tax Structures 101 to be superb books for the following reasons: 1. They contain a wealth of information about property investing and related tax matters; 2. The commentary is very rounded and balanced; 3. They are filled with financially savvy practical tips and red flag warnings; and 4. The relatively informal style, use of short case studies and anecdotes to illustrate points, and the clarity of presentation make the books very reader friendly. The above combine to make two books that are educational, thought provoking and inspiring. I only wish I had access to this information much earlier.
Geoff W

NEW ZEALAND TAX CALCULATOR

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