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Shane K. Bright & Associates is an accounting firm based in The Basin Victoria (next door to Boronia) and our services are offered Australia wide.

We specialise in "Rental Property Investment" & "Small Business", we pride ourselves on getting hands on with our clients. If you are looking for more than just your every day accounting firm, looking for someone that can be there to help drive your business each step of the way, from business structure and asset protection to Profit & Loss and Balance Sheet analysis then we are the accointing firm for you.

Our team is made up of highly qualified and motivated individuals across a broad range of financial products, determined to help you achieve your personal & business financial goals.

Our services include but are not limited to Rental Property Investment, Individual & Business Accounting & Taxation, Financial Planning, Vehicle & Equipment Finance, Loans & Mortgages, Insurances, Business Structures, Asset protection and Superannuation.

 

 

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