MELBOURNE ACCOUNTING PARTNERS is a proactive and progressive firm based in the heart of the CBD. We offer strategies to maximise the success and growth of your business and pride ourselves on our commitment to our clients as both a business advisor and a business partner.

TAXATION is complex and there are times when you need more than simply having a tax return completed. From strategy development to implementation and review, Melbourne Accounting's taxation consultants have the knowledge and experience to provide outstanding outcomes.

Melbourne Accounting Partners provide taxation services to a wide range of clients, from individuals and private companies to small, medium and large businesses. We consider it to be important not only to manage your current year's tax affairs, but to plan for the next tax season during the current tax season to make next year's tax smoother than ever.

Contact Details

Phone: (03) 9654 8584

Fax: (03) 9654 8589


Business Hours

Monday - Thursday: 8:45am - 5:15pm

Friday: 8:45am - 4:00pm


Accounting & Compliance100%
Corporate & Secretarial100%
Super & Self-Managed Super Funds100%
Sale of Business & Succession Planning100%
Business Consulting100%

ATO News

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    To give you timelier information, our Business bulletins newsletter is now available fortnightly.
  • Industry assistance payments to taxi licence holders
    We want to help taxi licence holders (can also include hire car and limousine) understand their tax obligations if they receive an industry assistance payment in relation to that licence from a state or territory government.
  • LinkedIn: Focus on Medium and Large Business
    Our LinkedIn showcase page provides tailored updates and latest news for medium to large businesses.
  • CRT Alert 049/2018 - Housing affordability measures update
    The draft Law Companion Rulings and Frequently Asked Questions for the First Home Super Saver (FHSS) Scheme and Downsizing contributions into superannuation measure have been published. The ATO Online Portal, an alternative solution for large super funds to report downsizing contributions, won't be available by 1 July 2018 but is expected to be ready by December 2018.
  • Downsizing contributions into superannuation
    From 1 July 2018, people who exchange a contract for sale of their main residence and are 65 years old or older may be eligible to make a downsizer contribution into their superannuation of up to $300,000 from the proceeds of selling their home.
  • Reporting information about the JMEI
    This page contains the data required to be published for each year of the JMEI.
  • Reporting of foreign exchange (FX) gains and losses
    After consideration of the feedback provided in the course of consultation which took place in 2017, we have finalised the rules in Appendix A for the second year of reporting.
  • Super housing measures
    The Australian Government has passed two housing affordability measures: the First Home Super Saver (FHSS) Scheme and Downsizing contributions into superannuation. People 18 years or over can access the FHSS Scheme and people 65 years or over can make downsizing contributions into their super.
  • Targeted amendments to Division 7A
    In the 2018-19 Federal Budget the Government announced that unpaid present entitlements will come within the scope of Division 7A of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 (Division 7A). The targeted amendments of Division 7A from the previous 2016-17 Budget will be progressed as a consolidated package with a 1 July 2019 start date.
  • First Home Super Saver Scheme
    The First Home Super Saver (FHSS) scheme allows people to save money for their first home inside their superannuation fund.
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