Neil, a qualified Chartered Accountant and Technical Tax expert, is the Director in charge of Perks’ Tax Consulting Division. He has been working in public practice since 2000.

 

In this time, Neil has developed his skills by providing tax consulting advice to a wide range of small, medium and large enterprises, with specific focus in the aged-care and property industries. With a Masters Degree in Taxation, together with his general business advisory experience, he is able to provide clients with commercially focussed strategic taxation advice.

 

Neil is a respected leader within the tax profession who is frequently called upon to present on topical tax issues for the Taxation Institute. In addition to this, his involvement in various committees for the Taxation Institute ensures that he is at the forefront of developments in the taxation arena.

Being the relationship-driven professional that he is, Neil gets most satisfaction from his job through dealings with his clients and colleagues. He enjoys the technical aspects of his role and getting good results for his clients, ensuring they have tax efficient structures in place. Neil also enjoys the collaborative environment at Perks where specialists work together combining areas of expertise to ensure the best possible outcomes for their clients across the board.

Neil's expertise allows him to provide clients with commercially focused, strategic taxation advice.

Qualifications & Associations

  • Bachelor of Commerce
  • Member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ)
  • Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA)
  • Masters of Applied Taxation (ATAX)
  • Authorised Representative of Perks Wealth Management
  • Board Member for the Tax Institute’s Professional Development Committee

Neil as an individual

If you weren’t an accountant: I’d like to be a professional fisherman.

Outside of work:  I enjoy fishing, playing the odd game of golf and relaxing with my young family and friends at our shack on the Yorke Peninsula. As a Crows and Redlegs fan I get to as many games as possible during the season. As past participant in the Variety Bash I take up any chance to support this charity and its causes. I also enjoy the occasional 4-wheel driving expedition and have recently obtained a Learners Licence for my motorbike.

If you were stranded on a desert island what 2 items would you take: A fishing rod and an umbrella