Dubbo Accountant wins Employee of the Year award
14 December 2016
The Directors of Boyce Chartered Accountants, are proud to announce Dubbo’s Accountant, Meggan Kendall, as the winner of the firm’s prestigious “Tony Quirk Employee of the Year” award for 2016.
The employee 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. He was well on the way to forging an outstanding public accounting career before he tragically died at the age of just 34.
Essential tips to help retailers thrive at Christmas
8 December 2016
The Christmas trading season is beginning to heat up. Reports from the Australian Retailers Association predict $48.1 billion in sales in retail stores over the Christmas trading period from November 15 to December 24, 2016. This creates huge opportunities for retailers across the country to cash in on consumer spending.
With Christmas fast approaching, we thought we’d start the countdown by sharing ten tips to help you and your business survive and thrive this festive season.
Boyce appoints a new director
24 November 2016
The directors of Boyce Chartered Accountants are delighted to announce the appointment of Jono Hart as a director of the firm effective 1 January 2017.
In announcing the appointment, Boyce Managing Director Phil Alchin noted Jono’s outstanding contribution to the firm.
“Jono has made a huge contribution to the firm, not only with his unquestioned commitment to the Boyce vision of genuine care for our clients and passion for helping them maximise their wealth, and in recent years as a leader in the Goulburn office, but also with his support and commitment to the Boyce one team approach. The firm will be greatly strengthened by Jono joining our leadership group” said Phil.
Changes to the HECS-HELP discount and voluntary repayment bonus
13 September 2016
From 1 January 2017, the Government will remove the upfront HECS-HELP discount of 10 per cent and the voluntary HELP repayment bonus of five per cent.
The current HECS-HELP program allows eligible Commonwealth supported students to defer their student contribution and repay it later through the taxation system.
Ten questions with Cooma director Jono Forrest
12 September 2016
From driving machinery and helping out in the woolshed, to his passion for cars and motorsport - we take a look at Jono’s childhood memories, important lessons learned in life and quirky habits.
1. What are three words to describe you? Determined, particular and driven.