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James Zhuang & Associates Pty Ltd was established in 2004.

logo1smallPrincipal, James Zhuang has over 10 years experience in accounting, taxation and finance field across industries. James is a member of CPA and a registered tax agent. He has the qualifications of Master in Business Administration and Master in Professional Accounting. Since starting his public practice, he has been assisting individuals and small business including clients located locally, interstate and overseas.

From the first days of your business enterprise, James can advise you on the legal options of Sole trader, Partnership, Company or Trust and, with you, work out the most appropriate business structure.

The expertise of our office covers Personal Income Tax, Property Investment and Capital Gains Tax, Small Business Tax and GST, Business advice, superannuation, FBT etc.

Our vision is to be the partner of choice for small and medium business, together we can develop practical solutions for successfully achieving your desired business and personal goals.

 

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