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The Great Bean Counters are Registered Tax Accountants offering accounting services to Brisbane’s Western Suburbs including but not limited to: Moggill, Chapel HillKenmore, Fig Tree Pocket, Indooroopilly, Upper Brookfield, Brookfield, Pullenvale, Pinjarra Hills, Bellbowrie, Anstead, Mount Crosby, Kholo, Kenmore HillsKarana Downs, Toowong and Middle Park.

We are a Brisbane based accounting firm.

*Liability limited by scheme approved under Professional Legislation

 ABN: 19 617 763 836

Pullenvale Community Profile

Community Presence
Pullenvale is a suburb local to our business location.
To be the best accountant in Pullenvale we aim to not only provide quality, affordable and friendly accounting services, but also involve ourselves in the wider community. We welcome reciprocal business with local businesses and greatly anticipate opportunities to demonstrate that we are safe hands for anything taxation and accounting related.  
Appointments can be arranged before or after hours, including weekends. 
We are based near Pullenvale and do call outs for those who may find it difficult to find time to escape home.

Median Household Weekly income

$3,250

Median monthly mortgage repayments

$2,800

Registered Businesses for Pullenvale

703

Non for profits

Community Profile

Business Snapshot (including Pinjarra Hills)

    Non-employing          418

    1–4 employees          242    

    5–19 employees         33    

    20–199 employees      9    

    200+ employees         0

   

    Total Businesses         706

Business Turnover

The Business turnover for 

Pullenvale generally is smaller 

than the national and state

average

Unique Characteristic Statistically

 

Pullenvale is one of the only, along with Brookfield, suburb in Brisbane that has a higher weekly household income than the median mortgage repayments are monthly. One may suggest given with one of the traditionally higher expenses covered that there is room for savvy investment with taxation consideration in mind for locals. 

The income in Pullenvale for a household is over double the state average, and generally sites in a higher income bracket, meaning that taxation claims will have more benefits generally for locals here. 

Education and Employment

 

Well above the average state education level

Much alike the surrounding suburbs Pullenvale has a high employment in the scientific community compared to the national averages with these the most common occupations in medical professions especially hospital and a high amount in higher education related employment. A different trend to the local area however is one of the core professional areas being around computer system design in the top 5 professions, and 2% higher than the state and national averages, which is over three times the state average.

You are nearly 5 times more likely for someone you meet to be in Engineering Design and Engineering Consulting Services when meeting someone from Pullenvale with 3.2% of the population fitting this categorisation. The national average is under 0.7%  of people in the engineering area. 

Age

The average age in Pullenvale is 42, suggesting many are in a near range to consider retirement. Pairing with the higher disposable income in many cases having self managed superannuation funds will be a valid option to explore for many residents. In fact the suburb has over 3% more people aged 45-49 years than the country average as a testament to this.

Gender

Pullenvale is an anomaly for the 4069/4070 communities in that it actually has 0.1% more males than females, which is the only suburb to have more males than females locally. 

Occupancy

 

Higher occupancy than the state and national averages, with a higher amount of owner occupiers

Unoccupied private dwellings

 

Pullenvale has a 93.8% occupancy of houses, which is 5% higher than the state average and 6% more than the national average. At 38.7% of houses owned outright there are 7.7% more of these occupied dwellings are owned outright compared to the national average.

Data has been sourced from ABS census data 2016 and Brisbane City Council data among other sources 

Office Hours
Monday to Friday    7:30am - 7:30pm
Weekends            10:00am - 3:00pm
Appointments can be arranged before or after hours, including weekends.
Telephone
Feel free to call us on 0433 188 371
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