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Understanding that clients’ needs vary significantly, our professional staff prioritise building a collaborative, ongoing relationship with each client. We’ve found this tailored approach helps our clients benefit from the most effective business outcome possible. Feel free to contact Ashfords on (03) 9551 2822 for any further enquiries.



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Work Christmas Parties and Fringe Benefits Tax

Most businesses have a Christmas party to finish their working year, but what some businesses don't realise is that they may be hit with a tax for throwing such a party. This is known as Fringe Benefits Tax (FTB).


Cloud Computing- Changing the Way We Do Business, Not Just Accounting

Cloud computing is the way of the future and its advantages are multi-layered. 


From the CEO’s Desk: Why the Australian dollar continues falling

The weakening of the Australian dollar (AUD) has been a topic of conversation for many in recent months. These talks have amplified over the past fortnight following the AUD’s tumble to its lowest value—relative to the U.S. dollar (USD)—in more than a decade.