Rohan joined Green Taylor Partners in 1997 as a Graduate Accountant. Rohan became a Principal of the firm in 2003.
Rohan holds a Bachelor of Business with majors in Accounting and Information Technology and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia, the Australian Society of Certified Practising Accountants and the National Institute of Accountants.
Rohan's duties include…
Rohan specialises in providing advice to small business, with a special interest in Agriculture.
In his spare time Rohan enjoys touring, four wheel driving, fishing and camping. He also has an interest in remote control cars and planes.
Rohan is married with two young children. Together with his family he is also passionate about his Geelong Cats, Ford Falcon and Toyota Landcruiser. We’re just not sure in what order all four rank though.
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Blog Posts by Rohan
The Federal Government has extended the JobKeeper support scheme for a further six-month period, which will extend payments through until the end of March 2021. These new rules apply for the JobKeeper fortnight starting 28 September 2020. The extension includes a few changes to reduce the payment rate for some employees, while also extending availability […] Read More
The Covid-19 period has created massive shifts in the way we all live. One such area that this has seen significant change as social beings is the way we communicate and interact with each other. Gone are the simple face to face meetings across the desk and now usage of online meeting applications are the […] Read More
MYOB and Xero have both now released guidance on how to set up the JobKeeper Allowance in their respective software packages. We have included links to the MYOB AccountRight, MYOB Essentials and Xero support pages to assist with setting up the payments. Should you have any queries or questions, please feel free to contact your […] Read More
Some of the most common questions we are currently receiving from businesses regard employment matters in this period of uncertainty. We must firstly make a disclaimer, as Accountants we are not HR experts and information provided by us below should not be relied on. The information provided below is all in reference to documentation on […] Read More
This follows on from an article written last week. What a week of change we have all faced. Especially with the events occurring over the last weekend our personal and business lives have, for now, completely changed. Green Taylor Partners are working hard to be here for all clients during this period. If you, your […] Read More
Please note, parts of this article have been updated and clarified in a later article. As many people will have heard by now the Federal Government announced several measures to assist the economy in addressing the impact of the coronavirus. A number of these measures will have significant tax benefits for our business clients. At […] Read More
Today’s blog started with a message on my phone at about 8:15pm on a Tuesday from a friend via Facebook Messenger, “Hi Rohan, just wondering if you have heard of…”. After a quick Google I came up with the results of a Gold Coast based advisory business. Initial alarm bells went off and I fired […] Read More
The last few months of the financial year see most people turning their business eye towards their tax planning. However, it is never too early to consider tax planning, even now over nine months from financial year end. The following items came about from a recent discussion with a client concerned about what the year […] Read More
On a recent holiday I read one of the latest book or Robert Kiyosaki, Why the Rich are Getting Richer. This is a reminder of the points taught in Roberts bestselling book, Rich Dad Poor Dad. For those that are not familiar this book the story behind the book is of Roberts Poor Dad, who […] Read More
I recently watched the end of great movie which I had not watched in quite a while called Moneyball, a movie centred around baseball and starring Brad Pitt. For those that have not seen the movie, I highly recommend it. The movie is based on a actual events, following the Oakland Athletics baseball team throughout […] Read More