Our People

Angus Smith
Partner - Busselton


Angus is a Director of the Business Advisory division in Busselton, and is primarily responsible for business development and taxation accounting.

A chartered accountant since 1994, Angus has developed extensive skills in the wider area of business management with a heavy emphasis on the taxation area.

Angus has extensive practical experience with many clients in a diverse range of industries. Having spent his formative years in the tourism and farming industries, Angus is very well informed on the many pressures that most small businesses face and how to deal with them.

Angus’ strength is in providing tax and business management strategies to small business. That is why so many of his clients recommend him to other businesses.

Angus completed his Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Western Australia in 1990 and became a member of the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand in 1994 upon completion of his Professional Year of studies.

Angus Smith is a Partner of RSM Australia Partners and a Director of RSM Australia Pty Ltd.

Solutions Angus provides

Angus specialises in the following areas:

  • wine equalisation tax
  • assistance to small and medium businesses
  • general taxation advice
  • business structure advice
  • succession planning
  • profitably growing businesses

Professional associations

  • Member, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand


  • Bachelor of Commerce- Accounting (University of Western Australia)
  • Intuit QuickBooks certified ProAdvisor


  • WINNER, FINANCIAL REVIEW CLIENT CHOICE AWARDS 2019 - Most Client Focused Practitioner



News articles

Backpackers’ Tax

29 September 2016
‘RSM Australia welcomes the government’s announcement on the changes to the backpacker tax. RSM Australia employees across regional Western Australia have families and friends who need their assistance. Backpackers add a great deal of diversity to many regional towns. Their backgrounds and experiences both complement and enhance many co...

Short, medium, and long term pain ahead for wineries in the Margaret River region as a result of proposed Federal Budget changes to the Wine Equalisation Tax (WET)

21 June 2016
A report following a survey of wineries in the Margaret River region in Western Australia (WA) on the proposed Federal Budget changes to the Wine Equalisation Tax (WET) has revealed that many in the industry have grave concerns. The survey was commissioned by Wines of Western Australia with the analysis of the results performed by RSM. The study su...

Where to with the Wine Tax?

7 January 2016
Anyone working with the wine tax on a day-to-day basis would agree it is not a simple tax. The basics are straightforward, it is around the edges where it gets difficult.  I’ve found most small wine businesses wish to sell their product at a reasonable price without too much complication brought on by the taxation system. It seems crazy t...