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Danny was born in Qingdao in China and immigrated to New Zealand in 2003 to study accounting. As a student, he began working at Tax & Trust on a voluntary basis, however upon graduating in 2008 he joined the team as a full-time accountant. He has stayed with Tax & Trust as he enjoys the family-orientated values, and how friendly the rest of the team is. As an accountant, he enjoys helping clients resolve their taxation problems and giving them the advice needed to help clients grow their business.
“It is nice to see clients feel happy and satisfied when I finish the accounts and returns and relief from tax problem. It is also enjoyable to talk to them to solve their questions and see their positive response to queries sorted quick and correct.”
“Outside of work, I like to play games (casually), sports including swimming, running and badminton. Reading is another precious and enjoyable thing I do.
What The TTP Team Say About Danny:
“Danny often is left in charge of Kelston and seems to give clients confidence in his answers to problems. If I send a complicated international tax problem to Danny he will try his best to work out answers. He is a great sounding board for me. Danny is a reliable person and good to have on our team.”
“Danny is a quiet, but a good listener. He is very friendly and always there to help when needed. I enjoy his company.”
“Working with Danny can be surprising, he is quiet most of the time and then when you need it he will have the right answer or the right suggestion to help with your problem. He’s always willing to help with anything and does it with a smile.”
“Danny’s smile and humor is very charming, he is always cheerful and relaxed. Which allows the staff to remain in a good mood. I see him as the ‘cool cat’ of the team with his leather jackets, sunglasses and sports. All he needs now is a motorbike!”
“Danny is always happy and helpful! He has a good relationship with his clients and will always be available if they drop in to ask him something.”