This register is a folder that contains all statutory papers/registers/records/files that are required to be established/maintained/retained by all companies under the Corporations Act. It will contain information such as Board Minutes, Shareholders minutes, Share register and other obligations. At RTB Accounting Group, we can prepare all of these for you and maintain all of these documents giving you peace of mind.
Services and assistance provided for Corporate Secretarial work are:
We will advise you when information needs to be updated and provide you with the necessary documentation and instructions on how to complete it or we can update ASIC registers on your behalf.
If you are an individual, small or medium sized business, company, trust, partnership or involved in the professional services, we can prepare your end of year statutory financial reports and income tax returns.Discover More
We provide advice to our clients on what business structures would best suit their needs and then provide them with the tools to achieve good taxation outcomes when making decisions for their business.Discover More
Bookkeeping in an ever evolving, fast paced process that all businesses, small or large need on a regular basis. As technology advances, so to do the tools needed to keep your book work up to date and make reporting figures to the ATO and other stakeholders more accurate.Discover More
One of the core components of our commitment to you as our client is creating good, solid business strategies that will enable you to take control of your finances and make key strategic decisions for your business.Discover More
We understand how important it is to start planning for your future, so we can help get you on the path to financial freedom in your retirement years.Discover More
We will advise you when information needs to be updated and provide you with the necessary documentation and instructions on how to complete it or we can update ASIC registers on your behalf.Discover More
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