Peter Mansour & Co
Address: 74 Burwood Rd, Burwood NSW 2134, Australia
One of Sydney’s premier suburban accounting offices. Peter Mansour & Co has been located in Burwood for over 30 years in the heart of the inner west of Sydney.
Specialising in taxation, general accounting and business services.
Our clients are from a vast array of industries and sizes. Our speciality is small business. Many of our clients are in the following industries – Retail, Building, Financial Services, Education, Health, Hospitality and much more.
We act for clients who have appeared in BRW annual lists of fasting growing businesses in Australia.
However, we are also proud to handle individual concerns for all matters relating to their salary and wages, tax returns, superannuation, negative gearing and assisting them in getting finance for their home loans.
Conveniently located in the heart of Burwood, Sydney opposite Burwood park near Westfield shopping centre.
We are not your traditional accounting firm. We encourage our clients to make the most of technology from the use of MYOB or Xero packages to scanning/emailing their records as we accept everyone is time poor and not able to visit our offices.
We look forward to hearing from you and hope to build a long term business relationship.
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Small Business Specialists
– Hospitality, Retail, Building, Financial Services, Education and Health and much more
You need more than a traditional accounting firm in your corner. We have all bases covered from business structures, GST, Employee wages, Book keeping using MYOB, XERO or QUICKBOOKS, Financial statements, tax returns and cash flow forecasts.
– Employee, Contractor or Self Employed
It is not easy keeping up to date with the latest tax rules and changes like 100% tax deduction for your tools and work vehicles. Bookkeeping and handling GST returns can be a burden and take away time from your personal and family life.
– Should i buy a property in my own name, a Family Trust or my Superfund?
For most Australians, buying a property is a great opportunity to negative gear and part of an overall wealth creation strategy. We have all the skills to maximise your deductions and keep you on track. For any new properties, make sure you claim depreciation on Fixtures, Fittings and Construction
– What are traditional 9 to 5 jobs in today’s world?. Many Australians work flexible hours or from a home office.
We have a simple process in completing your annual tax returns to accommodate your busy schedules. Either make an appointment or scan/email your tax records using our checklists of what to claim.
– Medical, Legal, Financial Services, Mortgage Brokers and much more
Many individuals within these industries have specific by-laws and governance issues to maintain individual qualifications. Whether you are an employee, contractor or self-employed, we can assist in handling your taxation and accounting affairs.
Self Managed Superfunds
– For many Australians a SMSF empowers them to protect and invest their own nest eggs.
Our office can handle all your taxation and accounting affairs for your Self Managed Superfund including the annual audit.