|After qualifying as an accountant in 2000, Matthew spent some time in commerce and other accounting firms before joining Brentnalls in 2005. Matthew was made a Partner in 2012.
Matthew's ability to consistently challenge himself and others who work with him to look at things differently has earned Matthew a reputation with his clients for providing innovative and practical strategies to overcome traditional business problems and achieve their goals.
Fundamental to all of this, Matthew sees the importance of a personal touch when providing core accounting, taxation and business advisory services. A commitment to excellence in all aspects of these is "non-negotiable". Matthew works closely with his clients to ensure their financial information is prepared in a robust, practical and efficient manner, from which it can service as a powerful tool to make great business decisions.
Medical and Allied Health
Through years of experience, Matthew has developed a strong specialisation with clients in the Medical and Allied Health sectors. Matthew has enjoyed working with a range of clients from Specialist Medical, Veterinary, Dental and General Practices, as well as working closely with practitioners themselves to provide a tailored approach specific to the unique needs of doctors.
Matthew enjoys working with Practitioners to simplify their tax and compliance obligations, improve practice and business processes and set and meet strategic goals.
He has been asked to provide expert advice and analysis to young doctors seeking to enter Practice Ownership and can provide advice around:
* Practice Assessments
* Succession Planning
New Business Owners
Since becoming a Partner in 2012, Matthew has gained an appreciation and passion for his clients who are starting out in business, and the challenges of being a business owner for the first time.
Matthew has extensive experience working with clients who are new to business ownership, whether that be through establishing their own business, purchasing an existing business outright, or buying a share of equity as a co-owner of an established business.