A little bit more about us.
Desborough Accountants have provided financial services to businesses and families for more than 20 years.
Our accumulated years of accounting experience between all of us makes us well equipped to handle any financial situation. We are confident our fast, professional service will be just what you need whether you need a tax return prepared, business accounts, tax advice, help starting up a new business or you are thinking about a self-managed superannuation fund. Our clients include individuals, small and larger businesses, community groups and everything in between.
We strive to make visiting your Accountant more convenient than ever, while providing comprehensive Accounting and Taxation Services to suit your needs. For a full list of all our available services visit the ‘Our Services’ section of our website. As a community orientated CPA firm, Desborough Accountants are proud to support the local community.
In March 2016 we relocated to new offices in the Central Heights building on Barber Street in Kalamunda. There is lots of parking available in the rear car park or you can find us via the lift on Level 1B. We encourage you to give us a call on 9226 2039.
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Some latest news.
There have been some major changes recently with regards to Accountant’s ability to provide certain kinds of advice to clients regarding Superannuation. As of 1 July 2016, Accountants have been required to commit to further training and become licenced under the Australian Financial Services regime to continue to provide advice regarding matters including establishing Self… Read More
Here is the link to the latest information on the JobKeeper Payment Scheme Extension, including important dates. Please contact our office on (08)9226 2039 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org if we can assist you in any way.
CLICK HERE to access our latest update on the JobKeeper Payment Scheme. This information is current as at 17 August 2020.
Every business should review their business “state of affairs” towards the end of each financial year. This process is important to enable you to: perform prior year comparisons and budgeting determine early if you are going to have a “tax problem”; and make sure you are complying with all rules and laws that relate to… Read More