Unpacking the Tax System and Accounting with Jane Hadrill
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Jane leads a warm, client-focused accounting business, ensuring that clients feel welcome and informed.

Jane is passionate about property as a wealth creation vehicle. She owns properties herself, and knows personally the pitfalls and possibilities. Jane frequently acts as a valuable sounding board to the firm’s many property clients using the cumulative knowledge gained from endless exposure.

Jane is also passionate about the success of small business. Jane sets an example to her business clients by running a professional and profitable business. She understands firsthand the complex maze of tax requirements and reporting for business, and is often complimented on how she can clearly explain difficult accounting and tax concepts.

On the weekends, Jane loves slow, lazy mornings with pots of tea, magazines and journals. She also likes spending time with her wonderful two sons and you will sometimes find her briskly circumnavigating Lake Burley Griffin with her fur baby, Lottie, in tow.

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