Kerry joined Green Taylor Partners in 2006 and has been a Chartered Accountant since 2010. Kerry became a principal of the firm in July 2012.
Kerry also holds a double degree in Commerce and Management from the University of Ballarat (majoring in Accounting & Human Resource Management).
Kerry is a XERO certified Advisor and also XERO Payroll certified.
Kerry's duties include…
Kerry specialises in the areas of:
- Financial Statement & Income Tax Return preparation for primary producer clientele
- Financial Statement & Income Tax Return preparation for Self Managed Superannuation Funds
- Financial Statement & Income Tax Return preparation
- Business Activity & PAYG Instalment Activity Statement preparation
- End of year Tax Planning
Kerry is married to Grant and has a daughter Paige.
They live on the family farm at Kalkee with her cat’s Shenzi & Endo, dog Lu and turtle Ted.
Kerry grew up on a rice farm north of Swan Hill and attended secondary school in Swan Hill.
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Blog Posts by Kerry
There are a few common questions I’ve been asked lately like ‘do I have to update my software?’, ‘what should I update to’? and ‘What do you recommend?’ I wish there was a solution that fit everyone and I could give a simple answer however that isn’t the case. There are many software solutions out […] Read More
In the financial sector the term DRP is frequently used, it is an abbreviation for Dividend Reinvestment Plan. When you buy shares in a company often you will receive various forms and one of these will commonly be in relation to if you would like to participate in DRP’s. Frequently Asked Questions What is a […] Read More
In the 2015-16 budget the government announced the introduction of an income tax offset for individual taxpayers with business income from an unincorporated (non-company) business that has an aggregated annual turnover of less than $2 million. This has been passed through parliament and is now law. This offset is designed to reduce the tax rate […] Read More
I have recently listened to an interesting speech by Meg Heffron who is an Actuary and known within the Industry as a specialist. She was speaking about the level of retirement savings of different age groups and what kind of retirement income these will allow for. One of the age groups she spoke about was […] Read More
Last week we had Greg Kuchel and Luke Riley from Rural Bank come in to the office to have a chat with us about the changes that have occurred over the past few years which now see Rural Bank and Rural Finance now owned 100% by Bendigo and Adelaide Bank. Along with this they also […] Read More
On 23 October 2015 Applications opened for drought affected Victorian farmers to access the Drought Concessional Loans Scheme. The Drought Concessional Loans Scheme is part of an Australian Government drought assistance package to support farm business experiencing significant financial impact as a result of drought. Drought Concessional Loans are designed to help farm businesses in […] Read More
Be warned that this year the Tax Office has identified that it is on the lookout for inappropriate or excessive claims for rental properties. The four key problem areas identified are; Excessive deductions being claimed for holiday homes. Deductions are only available for the periods the property is rented out or available for rent during […] Read More
A very iconic small businesses in Melbourne went broke late last year – Chris and Marie’s Plant Farms. Given their popularity and reputation you would be asking the same question as I – how did this happen? Why did they go broke? Chris wrote a personal message to his customers in September 2014. He said […] Read More
As XERO is cloud software there are updates and additional features being added frequently and many users may not even be aware of the improvement which may have occurred that may be useful to them. So I have been through the software updates which have occurred this year and picked out just a few which […] Read More
When clients are planning to start a business it is important to identify and implement an appropriate structure that will suit their commercial and personal requirements. In many cases there will not be a single perfect business structure and it will be necessary to weigh up a range of factors in order to arrive at […] Read More