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Posted 10 Sep '17

APA (NSW) Member Update – Balance Accounting & Taxation Services

APA (NSW) Member Update

Balance Accounting and Taxations Services

Monday 11 September 2017

Dear Member,

It is with great pleasure that we can advise that the Delegates and the Executive team endorsed and welcomed Balance Accounting and Taxation Services to our trusted team of advisors for APA (NSW) members.
Balance Accounting and Taxation Services are an accomplished team of accountants led by Principal Lynda Lloong. Balance Accounting and Taxation Services agreed to provide targeted advice to our members in the matters of taxation and wealth structuring. APA (NSW) are committed to providing real benefits for membership that can go directly to a Paramedic’s bottom line.
Balance Accounting and Taxation Services offer our members the following:

Importantly, Balance and Co have recognized and enthusiastically endorsed how APA (NSW) think outside the square to benefit members. Further, they remarked how paramedics supporting paramedics is admirable.
At conference, Lynda Lloong made available a comprehensive tax-time checklist for members to utilise with no obligation and it is available upon request from the APA (NSW) office. This list will be updated as new questions arise. APA (NSW) have done the grunt work by sourcing this highly regarded accounting firm. Be proactive, engage with this offering. You will be glad you did.
Balance Accounting and Taxation Services Sydney are located at Level 13,135 King Street Sydney NSW 2000 and can be contacted via phone (02) 8973 7448 or email


APA (NSW) Executive

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