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Daniel Arnephy  
Director – Business Advisory Services

Daniel is our technical expert for all your taxation needs. His diverse network and client base allows him to continuously build his knowledge and analyse every situation he is faced with an experienced outlook. With a Masters of Tax (UNSW), a Certificate of Public Practice and being a registered tax agent; Daniel’s proficiency is beyond expected for his clients. He has the capacity to achieve major successes for his clients and is an inspiration for the staff that look up to him as an expert and a determined, friendly individual.

He trusts in his highly trained team to attain the best results imaginable and ensures that they are learning just as much as he is in the technical taxation world. His key focus is giving practical advice that adds value for his clients and grows their opportunities into the future.

Best describes Daniel: “An expert in his field with a devotion to his clients and staff.”

Daniel Arnephy - Director

Contact: darnephy@accrumelb.com.au
Tel: +61 3 9835 8200

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