Matthews Steer, North West Melbourne’s preeminent accounting and advisory firm, has promoted Joseph Seneca to Associate, expanding the firm’s executive team to 11 Partners, one Associate and one Senior Principal.
Hilda Boulton was recognised as Matthews Steer’s Employee of the Year for 2022, scooping the top prize at the firm’s annual Recognise Encourage Reward (RER) Awards on July 21 at the RACV Club in Melbourne.
Once the territory of bankers and the wealthy middle classes, investing has become more accessible to a broader demographic in recent years. At times this has seen some investment markets (for example share trading) become an emotional place, heavily influenced by the news of the day. That can make embarking on an investment strategy daunting, if not downright scary. But, with the help of a qualified financial advisor, it doesn’t have to be.
While accounting software platforms have the potential to save businesses time, improve accuracy and streamline processes, technology can only do so much. A flesh and blood accountant brings experience, knowledge, strategic know-how and an eye for detail that can help protect you from making costly, detrimental accounting and taxation errors, writes Matthews Steer Accounting Supervisor, Belinda Torr.
The Matthews Steer team was delighted to welcome a packed house for the first Success Stories Breakfast of 2022. Special guest speaker on the day was Laney Quinn, General Manager of Procal, one of the largest dairy companies in Australia.
With a federal election looming, Budget 2022/23 was never going to be radical, nevertheless, Josh Frydenberg’s fiscal roadmap for the next 12 months unveiled a number of initiatives that will have implications and impacts for the Australian economy, and Australian businesses, business owners, industries and sectors.
North West Melbourne’s preeminent accounting and advisory firm, Matthews Steer, has appointed Richard Wraith as Senior Principal – Government Grants Advisory.
Retirement is a period of immense change that heralds a very different stage of life to anything you will have experienced previously, and the prospect of retiring can be scary or exciting. Whatever you choose to do in retirement is going to cost money and, as you’ll no longer be able to rely on your employment income, it’s important to have a plan in place.