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 specialises in the areas of:
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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