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Terry Rodoni
Consultant - Ballarat


Terry is a consultant of Business Advisory in Ballarat, specialising in small business management advice and strategic planning. Terry's clients range from a large group of industries including health, hotels, retail, hospitality, building and construction and various small business operators.

With 30 years' experience as a chartered accountant, Terry has worked for a number of accountancy practices in Australia.

Significant projects

Terry has advised clients in relation to:

  • evaluation of investment proposals, purchase and sale of business and feasibility studies for individual projects
  • valuation of business for bank lending, family law, taxation and succession purposes
  • taxation issues for small business including the GST and taxation and compliance matters as required by various legislative bodies
  • preparation of interim and year end financial statements
  • preparation of cashflow, profit forecasts and finance applications
  • providing superannuation advice in the set up and administration of self-managed superannuation funds and inclusion in strategic plans
  • assist and advise clients with regards to accounting systems and their suitability for various business and financial needs, including the adoption of cloud-based technology by SMEs

Professional associations

  • Associate member, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
  • Associate member, Taxation Institute of Australia
  • Life member, Hepburn Football Club
  • Past chairman, Board of Directors of the Midlands Golf Club
  • Past president, Lions Club of Ballarat and Rotary Club of Adelaide Light


  • Diploma of Business Studies (University of Ballarat)


  • Registered tax agent



Things chiropractors can do before 30 June to reduce tax

3 June 2016
The end of the financial year is almost here again. Tax minimisation strategies are a year round focus, however 30 June is a critical deadline for businesses to ensure they have planned correctly to minimise tax. Here are some key opportunities to make sure you don’t miss out: Bad Debts - These will need to be written off prior to ...

GPs lose out in Medicare changes

14 January 2016
Proposed government changes to Medicare rebates could mean GPs lose out significantly, facing additional working hours and lower profits.  In simple terms the proposed government regulations mean that there will be two key changes to the way GPs bill their patients. When these changes are combined with competition from other health secto...