No matter how straightforward or complex your set-up is, Quid's simple online company formation tool makes starting your business a breeze.
From solopreneurs with a single director to established entities with multiple shareholders, Quid has expert solutions to cater for NZ company incorporation (with more jurisdictions coming soon), business set-up and management processes, and NZ tax support.
Fast NZ Limited company incorporation and certification
Option to set up IRD and GST in New Zealand
Registered office address service
Resident (Nominee) Director service
Update company registers, records and file annual returns directly in Quid
Access helpful business templates
Our easy online process takes less than 10 minutes and includes company name reservation with the option to register for an IRD number and GST. Designed with simplicity in mind, including step-by-step help along the way
1. Reserve your company name and add company details
2. Submit your application and get your official company incorporation certificate and documents
3. Coming soon: Manage your company’s registers, and file tax and annual returns directly in Quid
$ 143.75 + Inc. 15% GST
Registering a company is just the first step. Our all-in-one platform means you can quickly and easily add business and banking-style tools directly from our fully integrated ecosystem with less hassle.
Employees starting their own venture
Mia and Nick feel restricted by their 9 to 5 jobs and want to go out on their own. Therefore, they have decided to launch their own fitness and wellness business in their own time and need a simple solution.
An accountant looking to offer more services
Sergio is an Italian accountant looking for a platform to better retain his existing clients and grow his business services. Collecting documentation from his clients, managing the accounting software and reconciling everything with the various banking and operational platforms is an obstacle path full of pitfalls.
Launching a consultancy
Steve has over 30 years’ experience working for a financial corporation and has now, at the age of 51, decided to launch his own management consultancy. Steve doesn’t know much about setting up a company and wants to get started soon as he already has interested clients.