At Corver and Co. you are guaranteed personal service adapted to your needs. Over the years, we have built a reputation for providing professional taxation and accounting services for all types of business entities and individuals.
Trevor Corver has attained multiple qualifications. As a Chartered Accountant, a Certified Practising Accountant and a Registered Tax Agent, Trevor provides our clients with the peace of mind that comes with knowing they are dealing with a professional who conducts himself in all matters with honesty and integrity.
Trevor is also a member of the National Tax and Accountant’s Association (NTAA). The NTAA provide Corver and Co. with a wealth of up to date industry and practice information. This information often provides highly relevant references for our client’s issues. By drawing on the NTAA’s network of professional accountants and tax agents from around the country, we are able to ensure you are always receiving the most appropriate advice.
Trevor and his great team at Corver and Co. are here to provide you with assurance and great advice.
The Chartered Accountant (CA) designation represents the elite of the accounting profession and is recognised world-wide as a sign of high professional and ethical standards. A Chartered Accountant must complete a university degree, the ICAA postgraduate Program, the CA Program combined with three years practical experience with mentoring by a CA in public practice.
A Chartered Accountant must follow the Rules and Regulations set out by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia, including a Code of Professional Conduct and Professional Standards. It is in doing so that CA’s ensure they meet the levels of excellence recognised worldwide by the CA designation.
Using a Charted Accountant ensures you of quality service to the highest standards. To find out more about why you should use a Chartered Accountant visit the Australian Institute of Chartered Accountants website.
Visit www.charteredaccountants.com.au for more information.
A Certified Practising Accountant (CPA) must maintain a strict code of conduct as specified by CPA Australia. Being the largest professional body in Australia, a CPA designation is one of the most sought after accounting qualifications available.
A Certified Practising Accountant must have completed an undergraduate degree accredited by CPA Australia, complete the CPA postgraduate program, complete a minimum of three years supervised experience and undertake Continuing Professional Development each year.
Using a Certified Practising Accountant ensures that you receive quality service that is on par with the modern day standards. To find out more about why you should use a Certified Practising Accountant, visit the CPA Australia website.
Visit www.cpaaustralia.com.au for more information.
A Registered Tax Agent is qualified to prepare income tax returns and transact business on behalf of taxpayers, including GST and Fringe Benefit Tax returns. A Registered Tax Agent is required to service clients within the relevant legislation which includes:
– prepare returns honestly and competently, so that they are true and accurate
– keep up to date with changes in taxation laws and practice
– act professionally in dealing with clients, including the ATO , and
– maintain a good fame and character. A reputation for honesty and integrity is one of the major assets as a tax agent.
Using a Registered Tax Agent ensures you that your tax affairs are being attended to in a way that is appropriate for the ATO and provides ease of mind in knowing that it will be done correctly.
The ATO has previously warned against using Accountants who are NOT registered tax agents. More information on this and why you should use Registered Tax agents can be found at the below links.
The National Tax and Accountant’s Association (NTAA) is a non-profit organisation existing for educational purposes for it’s members. A member of the NTAA is kept in touch with their accounting peers in the public practice. The NTAA provides newsletters, seminars, software and telephone support to keep it’s members informed.
Using a member of the NTAA ensures that even the most unique of problems can be resolved and can provide you the peace of mind of knowing that it’s all above board. To find out more about why you should use an NTAA Member visit the NTAA website at www.ntaa.com.au.