Ben Calder - Business Unit Leader - Boyce Agri Services
Ben was raised on a small farm on the mid-north coast of NSW and relocated to Newcastle for university where he completed a Bachelor of Business.
In 2008, Ben joined Boyce and together with his wife made the move to Dubbo – a decision they have never looked back on.
Ben combined full time work with post-graduate studies to become a qualified Chartered Accountant in 2010.
Ben was admitted as a Business Unit Leader of the firm on 1 July 2015.
Ben was a recipient of the 2013 “Tony Quirk Employee of the Year” award recognising his work ethic, technical ability and care for clients.
During his time with Boyce, Ben has worked with clients in a variety of industries including agriculture and agricultural services, mining, wholesalers, manufacturing and investors.
Ben’s strength as a business advisor is founded upon his depth of understanding of management accounting and its application to businesses; large and small.
As well as client work, Ben plays a leading role in the firm’s Tax Focus Group. The Tax Focus Group research and understand complicated taxation matters with the aim to deliver sophisticated and practical taxation strategies to meet business and/or family group objectives.
Outside of work, Ben is an active father to two young boys and is involved in a number of community organisations including his role of Treasurer for his local church. He is also a keen cricketer and continues to play an active role for his local Macquarie cricket club.