David joined Green Taylor Partners in 2000, becoming a Principal of the firm in 2008. David holds a Bachelor of Business and is a member of the Australian Society of Certified Practising Accountants.
Prior to this. David gained valuable experience in small-medium enterprises while being employed in one of Victoria’s largest regional accounting firms.
David's duties include…
David specialises in working with SME business owners, providing advice on business performance profit and cash flow maximisation, business start-ups, asset protection and capital gains tax planning.
David enjoys spending time with his wife Caroline and their three children, Chloe, Ben and Lochie, whether it’s watching them compete in sporting activities, camping or just relaxing around the home.
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Blog Posts by David
There is a saying, ‘perception is reality’ and in Stephen T Covey’s book ‘The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People’, it is Coveys belief that the way we see the world is entirely based upon our own perceptions. Therefore, to change a given situation we need to change ourselves and our perceptions. Below is a […] Read More
I was reflecting on sitting at home at the weekend, which I spent in isolation, other than doing a bit of shopping. I did the usual things: a bit of work from home both Saturday and Sunday and went outside when it wasn’t raining – all in all nothing too exciting. I made a comment […] Read More
All of us from the Green Taylor Partners trust that everyone is staying safe and healthy in these interesting times. There has been a lot of incentives to assist businesses which you would have no doubt seen through the media as well as being updated from our team here at Green Taylor Partners. One which […] Read More
We are in interesting times that we may personally not have experienced previously, but as a Country we have been tested many times and survived. These current challenges will no doubt put added pressure not only on yourself but also in the way you operate your business. For businesses to prepare and combat the effects […] Read More
With another year behind us and a new one just beginning we all start the year in anticipation of it being a great year. Some of us will make New Year’s resolutions such as: – grow my business, lose weight, spend more time with the family, work less and or make more money. (Some resolutions […] Read More
Keeping with my theme of blogs; Fish, Eat the Frog, Sacred Cows, and Mice in Who Moved My Cheese, I thought it appropriate to discuss the “The Hedgehog Concept”. For those of you that have read “Good to Great’ written by Jim Collins, you will be aware of this concept. It refers to the tale […] Read More
Financial forecasts are future predictions of your business finances, as compared to statements, which provide details of actual results of progress, They can assist in managing your finances. The following are five ways forecasting can help your business: Focus on the Future By forecasting on a regular basis, it forces you to continually think about […] Read More
As we get closer to the end of another year and the beginning of a new year, we all tend to set ourselves goals for the forthcoming year. It is interesting that research shows that happiness is strongly linked to success. So it goes to say that once successful you will become happy and content. […] Read More
FISH! You may ask what the #!$@ do fish have to do with an accounting firm? Fish is in fact the name of a best selling business book – by Stephen C Lundin Ph.D, Harry Paul and John Christensen – a powerful parable that will help you love the work you do – even if […] Read More
Looking back through blogs I have written in the past and recently being reminded of the rule of three, I thought it appropriate to revisit this view. I recall reading two articles in relation to how to perform better in business. Both articles listed 7 techniques/attitudes each to assist you in performing better in your […] Read More