RSM Australia

Biography

Michael commenced his accounting career in Canberra in 1988 and joined RSM Australia in July 2002.

Michael has over 20 years' experience managing a diverse range of small to medium sized businesses and high net wealth clients. He has a strong record of assisting clients with a broad range of services such as providing advice to newly opened businesses, preparing quarterly management meetings and reporting for large established enterprises.

Michael also specialises in self-managed superannuation planning and compliance. He has a keen interest in this area and, together with RSM Australia Financial Services or your financial advisor, can provide timely and tailored advice on self-managed superannuation and wealth creation.

Solutions Michael provides

  • General taxation consulting for businesses
  • Self-managed superannuation advice
  • Cashflow forecasting and budgeting
  • Salary packaging
  • GST advice
  • Business structuring and asset protection
  • Retirement planning

Professional associations

  • Member, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Arts in Accounting (University of Canberra)
Publications

Great profits? It's not just about great sales

25 July 2017
It’s very common for a business owner to focus on their turnover or the sales they generate. The mistake they make is not reviewing the business expenses. Increased profitability is not only achieved by higher sales. A detailed review of expenses can reveal wastage which, if fixed, can increase profits substantially. There are different a...

Four ways to grow your business

1 July 2016
As a business owner, most would agree that the dream for your business is to one day see your hard work turn your small business into a leader in your industry. Expanding your business means taking on more staff, in the hope you can spend more time with your family. In most cases, your business is your retirement fund and to be comfortable at retir...

8 New Financial Year Resolutions to Strengthen Your Business

9 June 2016
Plan for a Strong Financial Year Ahead At the end of a financial year, have you ever noticed the accountants with an extra spring in their step, a big grin on their face thinking about how they’ve got balance sheets and transactions to code for their clients? You may not greet this time of year as joyfully as an accountant. Although it ...