The team at ilumin is pleased to announce that the office has re-opened.  We do apologise for any inconvenience caused by our unavoidable extended closedown.

We’d like to thank all of our clients and friends for your patience and the many kind wishes and offers of assistance that we received while we were out of action.

Please be assured that we will be working hard to catch up the lost time and to deliver the work that has been delayed.  Do give us a call if you have any questions.

There is still some residual work going on around the foyer, lifts and stairs, and in our office, so please mind your step.  We apologise for the ongoing dust and dirt – we hope that all the common area works will be completed very soon, although work on the upper floor conversions will be ongoing for a while yet.

Here’s to an awesome 2017!.


We view our role as being so much more than just tax and compliance accounting. Yes, that’s important, but the really important bit (and the stuff we love) is understanding where your business is now, where it wants to be, and tackling that important bit in between with clarity, confidence and communication. We work a little differently than traditional accountancy firms. Through our monthly service packages we provide the accounting and advisory services your business needs, when it needs it. And we don’t just talk to you once a year; we regularly talk business and chew the fat. If one of our packages doesn’t suit you, there are other options we can talk about. We see ourselves as your behind-the-scenes accounting partner – shining a light on how to grow your financial success and how to harness your vision – giving you more time and confidence to get on with business. We’ve been serving the business community in the greater Wellington region for over 25 years. Formerly known as Millar & Miller, ilumin was launched in 2013. Let’s talk – find out more

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