What is a Chartered Accountant?
Becoming a chartered accountant isn´t easy; it requires an undergraduate degree, two years´ post-graduate study and finally, three years work experience under the guidance of a mentor. The learning process doesn´t stop there, either: all chartered accountants are required to continue professional development throughout their careersto ensure they keep up-to-date with relevant information and practices in the industry.
This rigorous training program results in the perfect balance of book learning and practical experience. As well, chartered accountancy is a globally-recognised professional designation, allowing those who hold it to work in countries all around the world.
At Gotsis Accounting, we pride ourselves on our highly qualified staff. We aremembers of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia, and, as such, are governed by the ethical and quality assurance regime of this institute. Additionally, we are registered as a tax agent, company auditor, and self-managed super fund auditor.
Our practice of maintaining knowledge of the industry and any relevant legislative developments ensuresour clients are always provided with the mostcurrent taxation and compliance advice. You can also be assured that we are just as conversant with the relevant concessions and will utilise these to our clients´ best advantage.
No matter of taxation law is too complex for our team – you can always count on our knowledge and expertise. Additionally, we apply our understanding of taxation law to provide each client with an accounting service that is tailored to their specific financial profile and needs.
Becoming a chartered accountant shows the ability to go the extra mile. If you are looking for accountancy consultants who will go the extra mile for your finances, contact us – give us a call, send us an email, or come and see us at our Five Dock office in Sydney.