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Sarah Coniglione
Manager – Tax

Sarah started at Accru Melbourne in 2010 and has been building strong relationships with her clients and colleagues ever since. As a taxation specialist, Sarah manages our Tax Technical team. Her expertise allows her to be a strong leader and her knowledge of taxation law ensures that taxation advice is given accurately and effectively to her clients needs. A highlight of Sarah’s career was her opportunity to work with one of our network firms in New York City for four months in 2015 as a Senior Auditor. This great achievement allowed her to gain audit and taxation experience through a global perspective. Further to her experience, Sarah’s education includes a Bachelor’s degree of Accounting from Swinburne University, a Graduate Diploma of Chartered Accounting and a Master’s Degree of Taxation from UNSW Australia. Sarah is also a member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and is a Chartered Accountant (CA). Best describes Sarah: “A strong leader with an expert knowledge of taxation used to benefit the needs of her trusted clients.”

Sarah Dodgshun - Accru Melb Contact: sconiglione@accrumelb.com.au

Tel: +61 3 9835 8200

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