Our People


Murray is a Director of the Business Advisory division in Melbourne. With over 20 years’ experience providing timely business, accounting and taxation advice to a wide range of clients, which includes medium sized businesses and high net wealth families.

Murray has a passion for providing advice to businesses and their owner’s on growth, cash flow management and succession planning strategies.

Murray Calder is a Partner of RSM Australia Partners and a Director of RSM Australia Pty Ltd.


Murray offers a range of services including:

  • business, accounting, taxation and structuring advice;
  • asset protection strategies;
  • succession planning strategies for business owners;
  • strategic business planning and cash flow management strategies;
  • assisting businesses with funding options;
  • taxation advice in relation to Income Tax, GST, Fringe Benefits Tax and Capital Gains Tax planning strategies;
  • preparation of financial statements and income tax returns for a range of entities;
  • self-managed superannuation fund taxation planning strategies; and
  • representing clients with the ATO in the context of reviews, audit and other matters.


  • Murray has worked with a variety of businesses across a wide range of industries including manufacturing, retail, property development, self-storage, construction, professionals and passive investors.
  • Designed business planning and restructure models and financial reporting tools for businesses to assist them in making informed financial and business decisions.
  • Assisted in establishing the Chinese Business Advisory Group in the Melbourne Office to assist Chinese speaking clients with advice in relation to establishing business operations in Australia.


  • Member, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
  • Member, Victorian Leaders


  • Bachelor of Business (Accounting), (Monash University)


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Optometry Businesses: Recovery and growth planning for COVID-19

3 June 2020
As social distancing restrictions are easing, there is an opportunity for optometry practices to look ahead and focus on recovery and growth. The Australian Government has recognised the challenges businesses are facing in a COVID-19 environment and have implemented a range of relevant stimulus measures and tax benefits to support Australian bus...

Cash flow options for Optometry Practices

3 April 2020
These are unprecedented times for optometry practices across Australia. One thing is certain: the far-reaching economic impact of COVID-19 is having a significant impact on optometry practice cash flow. What options are available to optometrists to help their businesses survive in these difficult times? Optometry practices cash flow Option 1 ...