22 June 2021
On 1 July 2021, the superannuation guarantee and minimum wage will increase.
3 December 2020
Judging of the award took place on the 18 November 2020, with 5 outstanding finalists in consideration:
- Kimberley Dwyer – Cooma
- Shannon Bow – Dubbo
- Chloe Montgomery – Goulburn
- Alison Smith – Moree
- Paige Deveraux – Wagga
Born and bred in Moree, Alison’s local knowledge, humbleness and genuine care for clients and the team really shone through. Her empathy for clients was a real standout, as was her pride in being part of the Boyce team and the local Moree community.
Approaching 10 years’ service with Boyce, Alison’s team describe her as a mentor in the office and someone who always goes above and beyond to help clients and staff. The team noted their appreciation of Alison’s extensive knowledge base, as well as her calm nature and support, to team and clients, especially during this year’s pandemic.
“Not only is Alison making a contribution in terms of technical client work, she is a great team member and positive ambassador for Boyce,” said Moree Director, Jono Hart.
“Alison shares her knowledge and expertise selflessly and displays a passion for her work that continues to inspire those around her. This award is very much deserved.”
Alison commented, “I am honoured to be chosen as this year’s TQ Employee of the Year, by the Directors and my colleagues. As the award is in recognition of Tony Quirk’s high-level achievements during his time at Boyce, it makes it even more humbling. It is also a huge achievement considering the significant contributions of the other four nominees to Boyce.”
The calibre of finalists was exceptional, and it was particularly exciting to see some of our newer team members being recognised by their peers for their contributions to the success of the Firm.
Please join us in congratulating Alison on becoming our 2020 Tony Quirk Winner.
26 November 2020
Brian joined the Goulburn office in 2000 as a Cadet Accountant, after completing his secondary studies. It was not long before Brian’s innate ability to research and interpret taxation legislation resulted in his transfer to the firm’s Tax Consulting Division in late 2002.
In recognition of his extraordinary technical expertise and knowledge, Brian was promoted to Senior Tax Consultant in 2013, where he and his team are charged with providing consulting services to the professional accounting team across the five Boyce offices.
In announcing the appointment, Managing Director Carmen Caldwell noted Brian's enormous contribution since joining the firm as a cadet twenty years ago, "We are thrilled to welcome Brian as a Director of Boyce. Client care is at the forefront of everything he does, and the Tax Consulting Group provide a vital service to our clients & team. Brian will make an exceptional addition to the leadership team with his incomparable expertise."
Brian commented, ”I’ve always felt very fortunate to be part of the Boyce team. Being surrounded by so many outstanding people, it’s quite humbling to be invited to join our Director group. I’m really excited about the future and continuing to help our clients and team to exceed their own expectations.”
Brian has lived and breathed the values of Boyce and his commitment and dedication both to clients and as a respected Boyce leader across the firm is nothing short of impressive.
Please join us in congratulating Brian on his appointment.
19 December 2017
Boyce Financial Services (BFS) was recently awarded the Lonsdale Financial Group “Business of the Year” at the Lonsdale and IOOF Alliances annual conference. In a fiercely contested field, BFS was awarded the accolade for the third occasion having previously attained the title in 2014 and 2011.
19 December 2017
The Directors are proud to announce Wagga Accountant Cameron Dempsey, as the winner of the Tony Quirk Employee of the Year Award for 2017.
The Award was initiated by the Boyce directors in 2008 to honour fellow director and friend, the late Tony Quirk. Tony joined Boyce in 1991 and became the youngest-ever director appointed in the firm before he tragically died at the age of just 34.