We Offer Services ForBusiness Advice & ManagementBusiness Structures & SetupTax ReturnsGST & BASSelf-Managed Super Funds

We specialise in assisting small businesses to grow and look forward to taking the journey with you. Together, we can explore and discuss the appropriate balance of technology and personal service. We will learn more about where your business has been and where it is going into the future.


What We Provide

Cloud Accounting Services

We can assist with providing advice on the most appropriate software for your bookkeeping needs. We will ensure that the software provides relevant reporting for the times when you need it.

Self-Managed Super Funds

We can set up your SMSF and explain how to operate compliantly in this complex area of tax legislation.

Business Advice and Management

We want to be part of your team in order to foster an in-depth understanding of your business. This enables us to provide relevant and timely advice.


Whether it's preparation and lodgement of your BAS or advice on a complex GST transaction, we can give you the right advice.

Tax Returns

While we still have many individual clients, our client base now includes many businesses (including partnerships, companies and trusts), which means we're uniquely equipped to deal with business-related taxation.

Business Structures and Setup

We take the time to explain the benefits of different structures so that you feel comfortable with your choices.

Tax Planning

We believe tax planning is a vital part of business management, and we encourage all our clients to take advantage of this service.

Expert Advisors

At JAG Partners Accountants, we pride ourselves on two things: service and experience.

Tax Consulting

We prepare income tax returns for entities including sole traders, partnerships, trusts and companies.

Self Managed Super Funds

We have the right training, expertise and software to manage all the accounting and taxation affairs for your SMSF.

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General Questions

The profit you have made on the sale of a rental property (or shares) is added onto your other income (such as your salary or bank account interest) and taxed at your marginal tax rate. 

Remember, if you have held the property for more than 12 months, the ATO will give you a 50% discount on the profit you need to declare as income.