Our People


Jason is a director of the Business Advisory division in Albury. Locally born and bred, Jason provides a passionate understanding of the issues facing his commercial and rural clients in regional Australia.

Jason provides clear-cut, assured advice and expertise which is built on his years of experience working with premium commercial and rural clients.

As a specialist practitioner with strong, local values, Jason builds partnerships with his clients, helping them grow their wealth and building long-term, working relationships with the community in the local Riverina-Murray region.

Jason Croker is a Partner of RSM Australia Partners and a Director of RSM Australia Pty Ltd.

Solutions Jason CROKER provides

As an experienced financial and commercial specialist advisor, Jason takes a personal hands-on approach in working with his clients.

Jason provides:

  • practical commercial advice
  • wealth generation
  • business planning
  • succession planning
  • cash flow analysis
  • tax planning and advice
  • agribusiness services

Significant projects

Jason is actively involved in the local business community and regularly presents at regional business and agribusiness events.Solutions Jason Croker provides

He has been closely involved with providing advice on government appropriations and the winding up and reporting process to Commonwealth and State departments. In addition, he has been working closely with government agencies and financial institutions in representing clients.

Professional associations

  • Treasurer of the Lavington Panthers Junior Football Club
  • Member, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
  • Member, Australian Society of Certified Practicing Accountants


  • Bachelor of Business, Accounting (Charles Sturt University)

How to keep your valuable employees engaged and motivated

20 July 2022
As we have moved out of the pandemic, and with agriculture going through a significant growth phase, hardly a day goes by where we don’t have a conversation with a client who needs more workers. It goes without saying that employees who are engaged and motivated significantly outperform those who are not and are also less likely to leave. A...

Change in the NSW Stamp Duty Act a win for succession planning for farmers

7 June 2022
Succession planning for farmers has changed for the better.  Changes made by the NSW Government to the Duties Act will now mean that land that is being transferred under the Intergenerational Stamp Duty Exemption can be directed to non-individuals such as a discretionary trust or a self-managed superannuation fund.

15 percent backpacker tax, a win for primary producers

After waiting 18 months for legislators to reach a sensible conclusion to the highly contentious backpacker tax, a vote for 15 percent in the final hours of the parliamentary year is a major victory for long-suffering Australian farmers. The Green’s decision to support the coalition-Government’s proposed 15 percent backpacker tax rate, effec...

RSM - Employer of Choice in Albury

RSM Australia were the proud recipients of the Employer of Choice award over the weekend at the Albury-Wodonga Business Chamber Awards.     The black tie event was a chance for the local business community to celebrate and be recognised for their achievements. “We were initially just pleased to be listed as a final...