Manager – Business Advisory Services
With years of experience in the taxation and business services, Celeste strives for success for her clients and their businesses. Starting her career in custodial services providing accounting and record keeping to high net worth individuals, her in-depth knowledge of tax and business has come from a career enriched with assisting clients to reach their full potential.
One of Celeste’s key strengths is achieving results for her clients. She believes that financial statements tell a story and her job is to make sure that story is being told and understood by all involved. Celeste’s experience includes assisting clients such as individuals, small business and professionals with tax/compliance, cash flow management and in depth planning for tax, business succession and/or estate planning. Her education includes a Bachelor of Commerce, Accounting and Management from Deakin University and registration as a Certified Practicing Accountant (CPA).
Best describes Celeste: “A strong ability to look at the bigger picture to seek greatness for her clients!”
Tel: +61 3 9835 8200
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