Nathanael has been working closely with businesses of all sizes since 2000, with a focus on business structuring and tax advice. His practical taxation experience, understanding of business issues and meticulous attention to detail assists businesses to make the right decisions. His proactivity and personal service is highly regarded by the clients he works with.
Nathanael enjoys being actively involved in all stages of the business life-cycle from start-up or purchase to successful exit via various methods of sale. He advises clients on optimal business and investment structures to achieve asset protection and maximise after-tax profitability. He has substantial experience in dealing with Australian Taxation Office (ATO) audits, high net wealth client reviews and management of taxation liabilities.
Nathanael has a diverse range of clients including large property investment and development groups, large retail groups, engineering firms, primary producers and professionals. He has presented to various audiences on taxation and accounting issues.
Nathanael regularly advises on income tax, capital gains tax and Goods and Services tax matters including in the context of ATO reviews and audits.
Nathanael's key areas of expertise include:
- Taxation and GST advice
- Australian Taxation Office audits
- Management of Taxation Liabilities
- Management Accounting
- Taxation Planning
- Business Structuring
- Asset Protection
Nathanael has developed a deep understanding of a number of industries including:
- Bachelor of Business (Accountancy), Queensland University of Technology
- Diploma of Financial Planning
- Member: Chartered Accountants in Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ)
Nathanael enjoys travelling and has visited 16 different countries so far. He enjoys sampling the local cuisine, eating where the locals eat.
Nathanael is known amongst friends for making a mean pizza which is also the limit of his culinary skills.
Nathanael and his lovely wife Catarina recently welcomed their first child Oskar. If you’re in the city on the weekends you’ll see him pushing a bright blue pram around for hours trying to get Oskar to sleep.