Jess joined Green Taylor Partners in 2008 as a Cadet Accountant and in July 2018 became a principal of the firm.
During her time with Green Taylor Partners Jess has completed her Bachelor of Business majoring in Accounting and the Chartered Accountants program.
Jess's duties include…
Jess enjoys assisting primary producer and small business clients to achieve their business and personal goals.
Having grown up on a farm near Goroke Jess has great empathy for her rural clients and a deep understanding of the challenges faced throughout the local community. This together with the skills gained throughout her years of experience allows Jess to offer all facets of accounting and business advice to clients, especially in the areas of GST and income tax preparation, tax planning and business advisory.
Jess also has a keen interest in helping clients select and implement the right accounting software for their business. As a Xero Certified Advisor and with years of experience using MYOB, BankLink and Quicken Jess is able to provide support and advise clients in how to get the best from their accounting software.
Away from the office Jess enjoys spending time with her husband Glenn and their dog Ziggy.
At home you’ll find Jess working in her garden, baking or making something in her craft room.
Jess also enjoys spending time on the family farm at Nurcoung and clay target shooting.
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Blog Posts by Jess
All businesses registered for the JobKeeper program should now lodge their monthly declaration with the ATO to enable receipt of their first monthly payment. The monthly declarations include your actual turnover for April, a projection for May turnover as well as confirming the number of eligible employees paid for April. To lodge your declaration, log […] Read More
For small businesses with 19 or fewer employees, Single Touch Payroll (or STP) became a requirement from 1 July 2019, with a three-month transition period granted to get STP up and running. Larger businesses with 20 or more employees were required to start from 1 July 2018. The three-month transition period for small businesses is […] Read More
As we get ready to kick off the 2019 tax return season, now is a good time to look at some of the things we need to prepare your tax return. Here are some things for rental property owners to consider this tax time. I’ve purchased a property this year, what do I bring? The […] Read More
After a run of phone calls from clients who have received text messages from the Tax Office, I thought it was a timely reminder of what to keep an eye out for to keep yourself safe from scammers. The Tax Office are using electronic communications more and more to communicate with clients about upcoming lodgements, […] Read More
Are you buying or selling a house, farming land or commercial property? Talk to your accountant now! Recent changes to taxation laws mean that anyone purchasing or selling property may have an obligation to withhold tax, or find that they have tax withheld from their settlement proceeds! The ‘Foreign Resident Capital Gains Withholding’ regime has […] Read More
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