Founded in 1945, AH Jackson & Co Chartered Accountants has been successfully advising clients for more than 75 years. Boasting a proud heritage, the firm continues to provide the same level of service and attention to its clients’ needs that dates back to the time of its founder, Alfred Herbert Jackson.
In its early days, the practice catered to a client base of mainly medical and dental professionals, but soon grew into a successful public accounting firm. In 1977, the practice was taken over by Andrew Brice who continued to expand the firm’s client base into new industries and client groups. Andrew Brice went on to co-found travel services business and Australian technology start-up success story Wotif.com.
Today, AH Jackson & Co is a proactive and dynamic three partner firm with a modern outlook that continues to deliver expert taxation and business advice and other assurance-related services for individuals and businesses.
Over time, the advice may have changed, but the way it is delivered has remained constant. The values of the past continue to shape our future. As a client of AH Jackson & Co you will be dealing with professionals who are committed to managing your financial matters with the highest standards of ethics and integrity while building your wealth. We make it our business to understand yours.
Our chartered accounting practice has grown almost exclusively through referrals and maintains a very strong client retention rate. Some of our clients have been with the practice since the time of Alfred Herbert Jackson.
We welcome the opportunity to meet with you and discuss your individual and business needs.
Ben and the team at AH Jackson & Co have been looking after my business and personal taxation affairs for 15 years. What keeps me coming back and why I recommend him to my friends, family and colleagues is the expertise, service and professionalism.
Emmanuel and the team from AH Jackson & Co were an incredible help when it came to all things tax related for our company Eat More Pixels. As a start-up getting the right company structure and knowing what to report when it comes to tax can be a daunting task, but AH Jackson & Co were more than happy to sit down and explain everything to us in detail.
The ATO’s final position on risky trust distributions
Author: Rohan Toon The ATO has released its final position on how it will apply some integrity rules dealing with trust distributions - changing the goal posts for trusts