Specialist accounting services & advice for your personal taxation needs. Property Investment is our area of expertise, including capital gains on share or property sales and review of personal finances to reduce tax burdens and grow your wealth.more
In the current economic environment, running your own business, or starting your own business can be quite daunting. This is where Gatherum-Goss & Assoc can help you and your business to continue to grow. We are experts in all areas of business accounting.more
GGA now offers Lending & Finance solutions, providing clients with a comprehensive service backed by experience and product knowledge. From an initial appointment to determine your borrowing requirements through to assistance with all aspects of the borrowing process, we can tailor a solution that suits your needs.more
Property Investment and innovative accounting specialists
At Gatherum-Goss & Assoc, we specialise in providing property investors and developers with the most comprehensive and innovative accounting and advisory services whilst focusing on creating long lasting relationships. We recognise the need to deliver personal, timely and quality advice to our clients and to provide tax effective strategies, solutions and more…
Most importantly, our focus is on growing our clients’ profits and their wealth. In an age of increasing financial complexity we have responded to the needs of our clients and now offer business advisory and financial services together with the complete range of accounting and taxation services for the property sector.
Along the way, we try to have a lot of fun and hope to make dealing with us a rewarding and enjoyable experience for you.
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) left the official cash rate on hold at its record low level of 1.5% when it met on September 6. The Q2 Capex survey released in early September was weaker than expected, -5.4% per quarter compared to the -4% per quarter anticipated.
The money people owe, in comparison to the money they earn has almost tripled in Australia over the last two decades, with average household debt currently sitting at around $245,000.