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Peter Brindley
Partner – Business Advisory Services

Understanding his client’s needs and tailoring a service that is best suited to the individual is one of Peter’s greatest qualities. His impeccable communication skills and advanced experience in tax and business services allows Peter to not only understand his clients obligations but it ensures that he is able to detail the right solution in an easily understandable way.

Becoming a Partner of Accru Melbourne at 29, Peter has always had a passion for providing clients with excellent service and ensuring that they are looked after from the very moment they walk through the door. Peter takes a welcoming approach to make our clients feel at home when they are guided by his trusted advice. He has a sincere relationship with his clients while providing exceptional professional guidance with over 20 years’ experience. This experience extends from understanding many compliance areas relevant to small-medium businesses (particular specialisation with medical practitioners), all the way through to his fully developed technical skills in superannuation, structuring for asset protection, tax minimisation and the Small Business CGT concessions.

Best describes Peter: “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.”

Peter Brindley - Partner
Contact: pbrindley@accrumelb.com.au
Tel: +61 3 9835 8200

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