What sets Business Logic Group apart from other accountants?

We believe business owners want more than just ‘traditional tax accounting services’ so we concentrate on developing an accounting firm capable of providing specialist advice across a broad range of activities while maintaining a personal touch.

Conveniently situated in the south eastern suburbs of Melbourne, a number of clients are family groups and through our association we have been listening to their needs and hence guarantee to provide you personal service, confidentiality and exceptional value for money. We are big enough to handle the most complex tax issues but small enough to guarantee you the service that you deserve.

We believe your financial interests go beyond your income tax return, and take a pro-active approach to your long-term financial outlook. Whether this is succession planning, superannuation or investment, you need to plan ahead.

Our clients span a wide range of industries and over time we have developed several niches including builders and trades people. In addition, we have also consulted with numerous clients starting a business and take great pride in mentoring them through the various stages of their business life cycle. Negative Gearing of Property is another niche that has evolved from our mission of helping clients grow their wealth using tax effective strategies.

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We are a proactive and innovative accounting and business advisory firm providing accounting,
taxation and other services for small business and other clients.


Cloud Software

We'll help review the software you use to run your business. Gain complete control and confidence in your systems and processes.

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Tax Advice

We'll help you better understand the tax deductions you can claim, and assist you to get the best possible tax outcome for your business.

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Accounting & Advisory

We'll take the time to get to know your business and challenges, to ensure we provide the best help and advice where it counts.

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