Manager – Tax
With a friendly and welcoming approach, Chee is dedicated to providing expert taxation advice to her clients. Not only does Chee provide her clients with fantastic customer service but she is a great role model for her team. Chee really cares about her clients and goes above and beyond to assist whether it be visiting them at their home or discussing complex taxation issues for foreign individuals and foreign controlled companies. Further to this, Chee has extensive knowledge and experience advising health care professionals including medical practitioners and pharmacists.
Since starting at Accru Melbourne in 2013, Chee has continued to grow into a successful and committed Taxation Specialist. Her education includes a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) and is a Chartered Accountant (CA).
Best describes Chee: “Well-organised, dedicated and committed to all that she takes on.”
Languages: English, Mandarin, Chinese, Cantonese and Malay
Tel: +61 3 9835 8200
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