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Geoff Hall
Senior Consultant - Perth

Biography

Geoff is a Senior Consultant in the Business Advisory division in Perth with over 30 years' experience as a chartered accountant in Perth, the Central Wheatbelt and Great Southern areas of Western Australia.

He is the agribusiness partner in the Perth office catering to the requirements of medium to large family business and farming clients based in Perth and WA regional areas.

Geoff became a director in 1994.

He has been at the forefront in dealing directly with agribusiness clients to provide a range of advanced accounting and taxation skills. Geoff has combined this with a passion for succession, business and investment planning. Geoff provides a complete range of financial services to regionally based family businesses of all sizes.

Solutions Geoff provides

Specialising in medium to large businesses, Geoff has specific strengths in:

  • tax planning and advice
  • farm and business planning and analysis
  • superannuation (particularly SMSF’s)
  • succession planning
  • retirement planning
  • goods and services tax (GST)
  • financial planning

Professional associations

  • Member, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Commerce - Accounting (University of Western Australia).

Registrations

  • Tax agent
  • ASIC agent for companies
Publications

There are opportunities no matter what this harvest may deliver

16 November 2017
Bad years on the farm are hard to take, but there are often enormous opportunities for positive outcomes in the area of tax planning and succession planning that can be of huge benefit to the farm’s future. No doubt variable weather throughout Wheatbelt WA shall deliver a wide range of harvest results… but that should not mean farmers ignore...

Multi-peril crop insurance - protect your season's success from unexpected damage

3 February 2017
Not everyone has the capacity to overcome a bad year, farmers with equity below 75 percent are urged to seriously consider taking up multi-peril crop insurance while you still can. If you want cover, act now. It's cold comfort now but farmers, unexpectedly exposed to frost at the end of last season’s fantastic run, could have av...

Budget 2016 for Agribusiness

3 May 2016
Key announcements Whilst there are no specific incentives for Agribusiness, many of the proposed changes will impact this sector including: The changes for eligibility for access to the Small Business concessions; Reduction in the company tax rate  for those carrying on business;  The stretching of the 32.5% tax rate ban...

Proposed Amendments to Farm Management Deposit Scheme Fall Short

15 March 2016
The Australian Government proposes to introduce legislation into parliament in August 2016 to change Farm Management Deposits (FMD) to: Increase the FMD cap from $400,000 to $800,000 Provide an early access trigger during times of drought Allow FMDs to be used as offset accounts against primary production business debt. The earl...