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Steven Van Ginneken is Sinclair Wilson's newest Partner, as of 1 July 2020

Sinclair Wilson’s newest partner realises a 12-year-plan

04/07/2020 by Sinclair Wilson in General News

Steven Van Ginneken knew from his first day at University that he wanted to one day work at Sinclair Wilson. This week, 12 years after he first asked for a job at the region’s largest accounting firm, the Warrnambool-born- and-raised Accountant is the Group’s newest Principal. The Group’s diverse client base, and leading role in...

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Kerrie Hughson and Steve Van Ginneken are new Partners at Sinclair Wilson

Sinclair Wilson welcomes two new Partners to its ranks

01/07/2020 by Sinclair Wilson in General News, News

TWO locally-raised and educated Accountants are the newest Partners at South West Victoria’s leading Business and Advisory Group. Kerrie Hughson and Steven Van Ginneken were admitted as Partners at Sinclair Wilson today, 1 July, joining 18 other Principals at the helm of the two-state, five-office Accounting and Business Advisory Practice. Both graduates of Deakin University’s...

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Tax time for property investors

EOFY: why Hamilton property investors love tax time

17/06/2020 by Sinclair Wilson in Finance, News

It’s widely agreed that one of the benefits of investing in a Hamilton property is the tax relief the investor cain achieve. So, given tax time is just around the corner, it’s important to make sure you know what you are entitled to, and the deductions available to you as a property investor – either...

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Hamilton SMSF Trustees – what you need to consider before the 2020 End of Financial Year

11/06/2020 by Kerrie Hughson in COVID-19, Superannuation

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted everything from how we spend our weekends, to how we work. And for Self Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF) trustees based in Hamilton, Warrnambool, Mount Gambier, Colac and Camperdown, it’s impacted how they could meet their regulatory obligations for 2019-20, as well as how best they can position...

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Asset write off

Mount Gambier business advisors explain what the $150k asset write off extension means for you

10/06/2020 by James Castley in News

Small businesses in Mt Gambier, Warrnambool, Colac, Camperdown and Hamilton looking to purchase assets before the end of the financial year to claim the COVID-19-instigated $150k asset write off have been given a six month extension. After expanding the asset-write off scheme in March 2020, from assets worth $30,000 to $150,000, the Federal Government this...

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HomeBuilder explained

Warrnambool Mortgage Brokers explain HomeBuilder program

04/06/2020 by Sinclair Wilson in COVID-19, Mortgage Broking

A Federal Government handout to do up your home, and prop-up the nation’s building industry while we’re at it… sounds like a home owner’s dream come true, right? On the surface, the Government’s announcement this week that they were launching, HomeBuilder – a new home renovation grant scheme – had our phones in Warrnambool, Mt...

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