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Shervy Dahliana

Director - Business Advisory


Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting & Finance)
Certified Practising Accountant program
Graduate Diploma of Chartered Accounting
Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants
Certified Partner for Xero and Saasu


Shervy is one of our Business Advisory Division directors working extensively with small businesses.

She provides expertise to clients who require help in the areas of accounting system review and restructuring.

Shervy has a great deal of knowledge and experience using a variety of accounting software packages as well as some of the newer entrants to the market who develop cloud accounting. She uses this experience to train and develop good practice at many of our clients.

She also helps larger clients, especially the not-for-profit sector, with their bookkeeping, reconciliations, BAS and GST requirements.

When out
of the office

Interests

Now, as a mum, she loves to spend time with her sons.
Shervy loves fishing and travelling (now a bit challenging with a young children) but would love to do more in the future. She also loves to experience and learn about different cultures.

Favourite Holiday Destination:

Anywhere with clean beaches and great food! Went to Great Barrier Reef couple of times and it was amazing. Enjoyed the snorkelling and would like to do more where the water is not too cold.

Shervy Dahliana's Articles

Clearing out your documents for the New Year

As we start bringing 2018 to a close, now is the perfect time to sort through all those documents that you still have lying around organise them by what can be thrown away and what you need to keep. Did you know that different types of documents have different lengths of time that businesses need […]

Changes to Victorian long service leave

If you are an employer in Victoria, you will need to understand the Long Service Leave (“LSL”) changes that come into effect on 1 November 2018 as a result of the new Long Service Leave Act (2018) (the LSL Act). The changes are designed to give more flexibility to LSL and to make it more […]

Purchasing a brand new property?

If you are considering buying a new residential premises or subdivision, as from 1 July 2018, you will be required to withhold an amount from the contract price and pay it directly to the ATO at settlement to cover the GST on the purchase. The changes to GST collection are aimed at preventing unscrupulous developers […]

Website expenditure

The ATO recently issued a ruling outlining their view on the deductibility of expenditure incurred in acquiring, developing, maintaining or modifying a website for use in the carrying on of a business. Expenditure may be considered “revenue” in nature and is therefore generally deductible if it is incurred in maintaining a website. This relates to […]