Sydney CBD tax accountant recommendations?

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  1. jodes

    jodes Well-Known Member

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    Would anyone have a tax accountant recommendation who is based in the Sydney CBD?
    Thanks :)
     
  2. PropertyTaxSolutions

    PropertyTaxSolutions BCOM MCOM MTAX DIPFP CPA CTA Registered Tax Agent Business Member

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    @[email protected] isnt too far out. and with technology these days i dont think it matters
     
  3. Paul@PFI

    [email protected] Tax Accounting + SMSF Business Plus Member

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    If you want to look at me I offer video conference now
     
  4. Jamie Moore

    Jamie Moore MORTGAGE BROKER - AUSTRALIA WIDE Business Member

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    Hit up Paul above @jodes

    He's helped me and my clients - and I've never met him in person. Don't think we've actually spoken on the phone.

    Cheers

    Jamie
     
  5. PropertyTaxSolutions

    PropertyTaxSolutions BCOM MCOM MTAX DIPFP CPA CTA Registered Tax Agent Business Member

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    you using suitebox ? been looking at it and wondering if a good service,
     
  6. Paul@PFI

    [email protected] Tax Accounting + SMSF Business Plus Member

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    AWESOME.

    Records advice (if you or client wants to). And its VERY obvious when its active. Client can sign using a few different ways. Shared screen and so much more. Almost every device is capable as it uses Chrome as a browser. Others are supported but not safari.

    Only limits I see
    1. No iphone support (Ipads, Macs etc all OK)
    2. Only one video client at any time. Others can join but are audio - You can switch between them however.
    3. You can hand control to client so they can show you a document etc or other way about. So you can both "look"at excel at same time and its brilliant. (Actually a benefit)
    4. Unlike Skype they join you when you are ready at an agreed time and cant ring you at 4am. Skype is so 1980s now. (Also a benefit)

    Why am I telling you this ? Actually its crappy
     
  7. Paul@PFI

    [email protected] Tax Accounting + SMSF Business Plus Member

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    Yeah we did once.
     
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