Bookkeeping services in the Melbourne CBD

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Bookkeeping City is an Australian owned and local bookkeeping service in the Melbourne CBD. With a combined business experience of over 10 years in delivering professional services to organisations, sole traders and individuals, we have gained the trust and confidence to provide excellent customer service at competitive prices. 

Whether it is daily accounting, payroll or financial reporting, our team are qualified, professional, and passionate about their work.

Our Strengths

Local Based

Melbourne CBD

Face-to-face support by local resources

Professional

Qualified and experienced staff 

Efficiency, Accuracy and Reliability

Flexible

We come to your office or work off-site

Flexible service: hourly, daily, monthly

Banking

Making sure bank transactions are matched and reconciled.

Payroll Service

Single touch payroll services as required by the ATO.

Accounts Payable and Receivable

Managing invoices overdue and making payments on time.

Cash Flow and Financial Reporting

Keeping track of the money coming in and out and helping you meet your financial goals.​

Tax & Super

Preparation of your BAS and SG statements and lodgements.

Training

Assist with the set up of your accounting program (e.g. MYOB) and create procedures to keep track of your accounts.

Two simple steps to find your bookkeeper

1. Let's have a face-to-face meeting to better understand your requirements.
2. Our team will help to select the best bookkeeping services for your business.

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CHANGE OF STRUCTURE

CHANGE OF STRUCTURE It is not uncommon for clients to change the structure used to operate their business. While accountants will typically be the ones providing the strategic advice surrounding a change of structure, once the decision has been made, much of the implementation will fall to the bookkeeper. A raft of practical, operational and tax consequences emerge when a structure is changed, which demands specialist knowledge of the subject matter and an appreciation of the correct bookkeeping techniques to use. BACKGROUND There are many factors that can lead to a business changing its trading structure, some of which include: Growth in the business Simplication or downsizing of the business Asset protection Limiting of liability Taxation considerations Management changes, namely the addition or removal of persons that control the operation of the business Ownership changes, such as the facilitation of additional investors Commercial / contract requirements Operational reasons Requirements imposed by lenders and financiers Eligibility criteria for government grants.The rationale for, and strategic advice surrounding, a change in business structure will usually emanate from a tax agent, accountant, financial advisor, lawyer, or business strategist. While bookkeepers and BAS agents may not typically be proffering advice to bring about a change of structure, they will be heavily involved in many of the practical implementation steps. COMMON TRADING STRUCTURES AND CHANGES OF STRUCTURE The main types of trading structures used in a business which bookkeepers and registered agents and themselves deal with are: Sole traders Partnerships Trusts; and Companies. Within each of these structures, there can also be different ownership structures at play. For example, a partnership involves 2 or more partners, but those partners could be any combination of individuals, trusts,...


Level 9, 420 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

Office hours

9am – 5pm
Monday to Friday
(After hours by negotiation)

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