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Introduction to Ashfords Bookkeeping

Starting to wind down for Christmas and New Year?

Take this opportunity to clean up your books, and get prepared for a fresh start in 2022!

An Ashfords Bookkeeper can provide this service, and so much more: enabling you to work on your business, not in it.

An Ashfords Platinum Bookkeeper is a valuable key resource for any business. As highly experienced bookkeepers with complex business and office management experience, they provide vital support to business owners beyond simple data entry. 

We take the stress away from business owners when it comes to payroll, data entry, GST, BAS, credit payments, debt collection and critical end of month reconciliation, reporting and cash flow management.

No bookkeeping job is too big or too small for Ashfords to manage.

Our bookkeeping model

At Ashfords, we recognise that not all businesses are the same. A 'one size fits all' approach is unlikely to provide each individual business with the right level of support for their needs. This is why we offer different levels of bookkeeping, so we can work with you to choose the right services to deliver the best outcomes for your business.

When you commission Ashfords to provide your bookkeeping services, we undertake a consultation and assessment process to scope the right level of services and allocate a bookkeeper to match your business providing as much or as little support as required.

We offer a range of packages from DIY solutions to more extensive packages, including monthly financial reports and weekly reconciliation of business' bank accounts.

Going digital

Our bookkeepers can launch your business into the digital era, with cloud-based online systems that streamline basic processes and enable remote access from anywhere.

The true advantage of cloud-based systems is the software integrations and accurate reporting they deliver. No more manual spreadsheets or searching through various systems for the insights you need to grow your business.

What makes an Ashfords bookkeeper worth hiring?

We work with you

Ashfords' bookkeepers support our clients to use cloud-based solutions, delivering insights and up-to-date reporting. We work in the business, providing  the time and expertise to help our clients make proactive, informed business decisions.

More than just data entry

Our bookkeepers are office and administrative guardians. Our hands-on experience with a total business mindset, means we understand that a bookkeeper's role needs to spread across several key areas to support the smooth running of the business. 

Integrated full service offering

As a multidisciplinary firm, you have access to our full service offering including Business Advisory, Audit, Business Services and Taxation, Digital and Wealth. Our clients have the full power of Ashfords' professional services supporting them.

Most importantly, we are local!

There are many bookkeepers out there. But who are you really dealing with? With Ashfords you can trust that you have an expert local team managing your account. Drop by the office and say hi, join us at a SE Melbourne Phoenix game, request one (or more!) of our team to work on-site with you – we are always accessible and available to all our valued clients. Plus, our service is backed by a team of more than 80 accountants and advisors all based in Dandenong South... so you know the right advice is only a phone call away.

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What’s this new tax:

On 20 March 2024, the Victorian State Government introduced the Commercial and Industrial Property Tax Reform Bill 2024 ( The Bill is expected to become law and to take effect from 1 July 2024.

The Victorian Government, as announced in the 2023-24 Budget,  is progressively abolishing stamp duty on commercial and industrial property and replacing it with an annual tax.

The annual tax, to be known as the Commercial and Industrial Property Tax (CIPT), will be set at 1% of the property’s unimproved land value.

The tax will replace land transfer duty (stamp duty) that is currently payable on the improved value of the land when you purchase or acquire a commercial or industrial property in Victoria.

The new tax system will start to apply to commercial and industrial property if the property is transacted on or after 1 July 2024.


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