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Doing Business in AustraliaWatson Business Accountants (WBA) is a well-established firm of Chartered Accountants. A Chartered Accountant has equivalent qualifications to CPAs in the United States and Chartered Accountants in the UK.

WBA has been assisting overseas companies entering and operating in the Australian market since 1993.

If you are looking at entering the Australian market, or are already operating here, we can offer you a range of financial, accounting and taxation services, tailored to suit your financial requirements.

Our services are cost effective, flexible and importantly – timely. And we will work closely with your auditors to provide them with all they need to accurately perform their role.

Choosing WBA to manage your financial needs in Australia will enable you to harness our local knowledge and expertise whether you are in a privately owned business or public company.
We look forward to assisting you with:

Taxation

  • The type of entity to use and the tax implications.
  • Advice on corporate tax, personal income tax, goods and services tax, fringe benefits tax, capital gains tax and transfer pricing.
  • Preparation of all necessary tax returns.

Business Entities

  • Establishment of companies, branches, registering business names or other structures.
  • Company secretiaral and compliance with the Corporations Law.

Accounting

  • Management reports - daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly or annually.
  • End of year financial reports.
  • Preparation of budgets and cash flows.
  • Providing necessary information and documentation to your auditors.

Payroll

  • Payment of employee salaries, expenses, superannuation and PAYE tax withheld.
  • Advice on employee entitlements, workers compensation insurance and state payroll tax.

Finance and administration

  • Bank account control.
  • Payment of suppliers.
  • Cash flow management.