RSM Australia

Business Advisory

While we provide peace of mind through taking care of the usual accounting and tax compliance matters, our real value lies in seeking to help you address business challenges and uncover opportunities. We do this by developing a deep understanding of your needs, challenges and ambitions and take a proactive approach in working with you across all facets of the business. By offering fresh insights and perspectives combined with practical and pragmatic advice we can assist you to make critical business decisions with confidence. 

Whether it is working with you to protect your assets, fund your business for growth, or develop an exit strategy to maximise your return for a comfortable retirement, our advisers devise practical solutions to help you achieve your goal.

Depending on the lifecycle of your business, the first step may be to conduct a business “health check” to clarify your options and choices. From there our advisers work with you to map out a plan to help you achieve your desired outcomes for the business.

Get the right advice or pay the price | Family farms

Family farms are part of the fabric of rural Australia. Unfortunately the landscape is dotted by a large number of farms that disappeared from families who either had no succession plan or the estate plan was seriously inadequate.

Failure to seek commercial and strategic advice crippling SMEs

Many Australian business owners are frustrated at not reaching their growth targets because they haven’t identified the need to transition from an accountant providing basic tax compliance advice to a business advisor who can help implement the right growth and profit targets via strategic advice.

Great profits? It's not just about great sales

It’s very common for a business owner to focus on their turnover or the sales they generate.

Superannuation - there can be traps for the unwary

In the lead up to 30 June no doubt cash flows and taxation projections were a focus for many SME owners.  One of your plans could have been to contribute a sum of cash into superannuation and claim a tax deduction. 

Farm Succession Planning and the four A’s

Farm succession planning has been described as developing a strategy to work out whether someone will take over the farm or whether it will be sold when the owner retires or dies.

Farm Management Deposits - do you have a plan for the end?

Farm Management Deposits (FMDs) are an integral part of year end planning for Primary Producers.

Follow the winding road | Farming succession planning

Farming is a journey with the inevitable ups and downs, smooth roads, pot holes, straight stretches and the odd blind corner. The process of succession planning, on the other hand can lead to a destination, be it good, bad or ugly.

5 superannuation tips to check before June 30

With 30 June fast approaching now is the time for you to take action on the superannuation reforms and other general end of financial year issues with these five superannuation tips.   Are you ready?

Seven tax planning tips to help your small business with a 2017 tax plan

With the end of yet another financial year fast approaching, now is the final chance for small businesses to get their 2017 tax planning in order.

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