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Registered Businesses for BNE (inner city)
Brisbane is our home town and naturally the city we love to provide services in.
To be the best accountant in Brisbane 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 in Moggill, however have meeting spaces on the northern and southern sides of Brisbane & in Fortitude Valley.
1–4 employees 31,020
5–19 employees 11,390
20–199 employees 3,309
200+ employees 100
The Business turnover for
the Brisbane CBD fits
nearly perfectly with the
national averages of
2.6% above the average national educational engagement beyond school.
High employment in the scientific community, medical professions especially hospital and a high amount in education related employment
1.8% more of the 20-24 year old population is the greatest difference to the national averages, which may be attributed to entertainment access, livebility, increased social mobility over time and educational institutes. This youthful population of well educated doubtlessly has opportunity in starting up new businesses and capitalising on emerging sectors which we believe an accountant will play a role in.
The gender composition of Brisbane is slightly the national average percentage of females at 50.8% female.
Brisbane has a nearly perfectly average percentage of people living in rentals compared to the national average, suggesting there are many utilising capital gains
Higher occupancy than the state and national averages, with a higher amount of owner occupiers
Unoccupied private dwellings
Brisbane has 8% of dwellings unoccupied, which is much lower when compared to 10.6% as the state average and a national average of 11.2%.
Data has been sourced from ABS census data 2016 and Brisbane City Council data among other sources