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Our company

Founded in 2016, Devoir Accounting helps its clients to meet their accounting, tax and financial needs in the following ways:

  • Finding out what our clients need;
  • Discussing goals and objectives;
  • Acting with the utmost integrity to deliver expert advice;
  • Delivering results in a timely and cost-effective manner.

We provide professional advice and services to individuals, family groups, businesses and their related entities such as self-managed superannuation funds, family trusts and private companies.

We surround ourselves with like-minded professionals to fulfil our philosophy of listening to our clients and gaining an in-depth understanding of their financial affairs so that we can use our knowledge and experience to meet their needs.

Brandon Perry
Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)
Chartered Accountant (Australia and New Zealand)

Brandon has more than a decade of experience in the accounting, taxation and financial services industries where he has dealt extensively with high net worth individuals, small to medium enterprises and self-managed superannuation funds.

Brandon particularly enjoys helping clients by combining sound taxation advice with wealth creation strategies to achieve their goals. He works closely with his clients, explaining concepts in plain English.

Focusing on the best possible outcome for clients, Brandon also works closely with other professionals such as financial advisers and mortgage brokers.

Brandon holds a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in accounting from Macquarie University and is a fully qualified member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand. He also holds a Certificate IV in Finance and Mortgage broking and holds RG146 accreditation.

Get in Touch

To make an appointment please call 02 8338 1041 or fill in the form
Devoir Pty Ltd (ABN: 99 613 923 505)

Postal address

Suite 6.03, Level 6 247 Coward Street Mascot NSW 2020

Drop us a line

Email: [email protected] Phone: 02 8338 1041 Fax: 02 9669 5147

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