There's more to business accounting than financial statements and tax returns.
Our specialist business advisory services focus on long-term planning and customised strategies to assist you in build a better business, improve your business's cashflow and meet your ATO tax and compliance obligations.
As the leading business accountancy firm in the region, we understand the challenges of our local-industry clients including: geographical isolation, e-commerce profitability, attraction of workers & seasonal availability, freight costs and economic unpredictability. Our aim is to partner with you in your business, to assist you to achieve consistent business growth, certainty regarding your cashflow and peace of mind in planning to reach your business and personal finance and wealth goals.
Smith Shearer’s qualified consultants focus on the whole business picture, your goals and long term objectives and work with you to develop your business.
CPA Tax and Compliance Specialists
Running a business is a big challenge, made even tougher by the requirement to keep on top of your compliance requirements. We will ensure you are not alone, providing timely advice and guidance to ensure you meet your compliance obligations and keep you focused on the numbers that drive your business.
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It’s the final week of March, and the outlook for grain producers across the region continues to be one of promise as speculation of continued increases to wheat prices continue. While the Ukraine-Russia conflict looks to impact grain exports from the region across the longer term, there is now also murmurs of major problems with China’s winter crops. Although China produces on average 5.5 times the amount of wheat Australia does, to meet their consumption demand, they are willing buyers of Australian wheat. This bodes well for the continued demand for our wheat for the remainder of 2022 and into 2023.
I think we're all feeling the impact of the political unrest in Ukraine. While individuals are noticing the impacts across petrol bowsers, and in the grocery store, many small businesses are struggling to make a profit in the face of searing costs and limited supplies.