Our People


Thiru is a Certified Practising Accountant with 20 years’ experience in providing small and medium businesses with accounting, superannuation and tax services. 

Thiru specialises in working with small to medium businesses, listening to their business concerns and providing considered advice.  She has extensive experience across a large array of sectors in providing tax and accounting compliance services and advising on business performance.

Thiru has a keen focus on building strong long-term client relationships and becoming an integral part of their business. She has an ability to identify the best tax outcome for her clients whilst managing tax risk and compliance responsibilities.

Solutions thiru provides

Thiru applies her wealth of experience to provide the following solutions to clients:

  • Financial reporting and analysis
  • Cash flow forecasting and budgeting
  • BAS / IAS preparation and lodgment
  • Personal and business Tax Returns
  • Client accounting system set up and integration with existing systems
  • Advising on the appropriate structure for businesses
  • ATO review/audit management for clients
  • State or Territory Revenue office audits
  • Workers compensation matters
  • Advising on payroll tax matters including grouping and lodgment of returns
  • SMSF Audits

Industry experience

Thiru has worked with a large number of business owners across the following industries:

  • Professional services including payroll service providers
  • Property investors
  • Financial planners
  • IT Industry professionals
  • Real estate agents, business brokers and insurance brokers
  • Medical practitioners
  • Non-residents
  • Journalists

Significant projects

  • Thiru has recently worked on a large ATO audit for a large client group
  • Workers compensation audits
  • Payroll tax audits

professional associations

  • Member, CPA Australia


  • Graduate Diploma CPA
  • Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting (University of Canberra)
  • XERO Certified



Changes affecting self-funded retirees

23 March 2023
As a self-funded retiree, staying up-to-date on new tax laws or government benefits probably isn’t your highest priority! However, we’ve seen two notable announcements in the past few months that are well worth considering for many self-funded retirees.   These include changes to the eligibility requirements for the Commonwealth Seni...

Why now is the time to consider debt consolidation

29 November 2022
After enduring 6 consecutive interest rate hikes since May, and hearing analysts predict that they’re not over yet, it would seem the financial pressure on individuals and business owners is going to continue. Personal budgets and business cashflows have already taken a hit due to increasing loan repayments – which is especially frustrating ...

Risk Insider Newsletter - Edition #13

1 September 2022
It is now more critical than ever that businesses take responsibility for, and shape the impact they have on the environment, their community, and stakeholders. Putting sustainable and responsible practices at the heart of the business is fast becoming a pivotal requirement for regulators, investors, and other stakeholders. While profit will, inevi...

Should you raise your prices to keep up with inflation?

10 August 2022
I was in a retail store the other day and was surprised to see a notice taped to the counter. It said: “We are proud that we haven’t raised our prices, even in light of current events.” While this is a lovely sentiment, my immediate concern was whether the business owners had thought it through and if their profit model was sustainable. As...

Is crypto the next payment option for businesses?

17 May 2022
As we inch ever-closer to a cashless society – tapping our cards, phones and even watches to pay for goods and services – the question on everybody’s lips is: how long until we see a digital currency in Australia? Despite showing signs of stabilising after a monster crash last week wiped $US200 billion ($291 billion AUD) from the market, t...

Why business owners need to get on top of leave balances after lockdowns

14 March 2022
With nowhere to go and nothing to do but work, accumulated leave balances have increased dramatically. With borders now open, it’s a great time to encourage staff to take some much-needed time out and use up some of their leave.

10 lessons from the pandemic to take with you into 2022

15 December 2021
If someone had told you in 2019 that within 18 months almost every economy in the world would be shut down – with most of the world’s population working from home – you might have called them crazy! But here we are, almost 2 years later... Sadly, it has been a distressing time for many businesses; particularly those that rely on foot tr...

Everything company directors need to know about the new Director Identification Number

26 November 2021
In an effort to prevent false or fraudulent director identities, the Australian Government has announced a new requirement for directors. The Director Identification Number is a unique number given to all company directors. As an individual identifier, your allocated number remains the same regardless of how many companies in which you act as a ...

Five ways SMEs can prepare for a post-COVID world

18 January 2021
With a vaccine on the horizon, a post-COVID ‘new normal’ may just become a reality during 2021. This means Australian SMEs need to consider how they will adapt and do business from here on in. Naturally, this includes developing strategies for managing cash flow and profitability – especially for businesses that have been supported by JobK...