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Mark Chong

CVW Accounting Senior Accountant Mark Chong

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Senior Accountant

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Certified Practicing Accountant (CPA)
  • Bachelor of Commerce, Accounting & Banking
  • More than 15 years accounting experience

As the CVW Accounting Senior Accountant I joined the team in 2010 after working for the high profile ‘Big 4’ chartered accounting firms in Perth.

I specialise in retirement and succession planning, and have firsthand experience in effectively structuring trusts, corporate beneficiaries, unit trusts and setting up Self-Managed Super Funds (SMSF).

I have an in-depth understanding of SIS (Superannuation Industry Supervision) related party acquisitions and transfers, capital gains, stamp duty and cash flow implications.

In addition, I have experience dealing with overseas Oil & Gas clients who need entities set up in Australia (as part of foreign subsidiary/branch). This means I am able to assist our clients with payroll requirements, draft contracts for employees/contractors, as well as provide financial analysis of localised price mark ups and profit margins.

With our overseas clients I provide advice on local Australian tax legislation, residency rules and their tax implications. This includes how to deal with FBT issues such as LAHFA for employees who have been relocated.

Oh, and I have also assisted companies with applications for private tax rulings.

CVW Accounting is a place I can contribute to clients across the spectrum of my expertise.

ABOUT US

CVW Group is a personal, well experienced accounting firm, based in the commercial heart of Perth specialising in small to medium businesses.

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