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Small Business & Corporate Accounting

Our business is knowing your business! We understand small business and offer effective business & taxation solutions that allow you to grow.

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New & Start-up Business Accounting

We specialise in business accounting and can help you get your business up and running with one less thing to worry about.

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Self-Managed Superannuation Advice & Administration

Managing your own superannuation fund is a major financial decision, requiring both time and skill to be effective. We can help.

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Personal Taxation Services

We offer many services for individual employees and sole traders, no matter how long you've been working.

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How can we help you?

Small to Corporate Business Accounting

Your business needs a financial team that is effective, that sees your vision and partners with you to meet your goals. Understanding small business taxation and accounting is our business. We offer our full suite of services to you, tailored to your individual requirements.

New & Start-up
Business Accounting

If you are starting up, or even thinking of starting a business, then we are the right accounting firm for you. We specialise in business accounting, including all areas of taxation, accounting, we will explain and assist you to set a firm foundation on which to build your business success.

SMSF Advice & Administration

Once you've decided that a SMSF is right for you, MJA Accounting offers a comprehensive, hassle-free set up service. Our many years of experience ensures that your fund will be set up professionally, with all the necessary paperwork attended to and in order.

Personal Tax
Accounting

For individuals, tax time can be a simple once a year event or a yearly calamity. Our expertise and attention to detail ensures your Individual or Partnership Return is an easy step by step process, and we will put you on track for stronger financial future in the years to come.

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With over 60 years experience in public accounting and up-to-date training through regular attendance at professional seminars, we are able to provide effective, accurate and professional advice to individuals and small to medium businesses in a wide range of accounting, taxation and business matters.

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Market News & Updates

  • Small businesses urged to register assets before insolvency explosion.

    The Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman (ASBFEO) Kate Carnell says it is essential for small business owners to secure their assets and business loans, with economists predicting a steep rise in insolvencies this year.

  • ASIC sounds warning around high-yield bond scams

    The corporate regulator has warned of a rise in scammers targeting Australian investors by pretending to be associated with well-known domestic and international financial service firms.

  • JobMaker Resources - ATO

    All our key resources for the JobMaker Hiring Credit scheme. Included are a User Guide, four Factsheets, Information, a Payment Estimator, and a video.

  • Government mulls HECS-style business loans

    A HECS-style loan scheme for businesses, currently being considered by the Treasury, would provide a lifeline for many industries recovering from the economic shock of COVID-19, says the small business ombudsman.

  • Industry pressure forces ATO’s hand on STP deadline

    The Tax Office has agreed to push back the start date for the second phase of Single Touch Payroll after intense pressure from all corners of the profession.

  • $36bn withdrawn from super during COVID-19

    The latest report from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has revealed that workers withdrew more than $36 billion from retirement funds through the early release of super.