Allan Hall :: Business Advisors
2 x WINNERS in Financial Review Client Choice Awards 2016: Best Accounting Firm (revenue under $50m) and overall winner of Best Professional Firm (revenue under $50m)

How we can help you

A refreshing approach

Allan Hall, a Chartered Accounting firm based on Sydney's Northern Beaches, offers a refreshing approach to help you reach and exceed your business and financial goals. We offer the professionalism of large city firms, together with personal, friendly service.

Our team of accountants and business specialists work together to provide you with a complete tax and business advisory service - improving efficiency, reducing costs and saving you time. 

Whether you are a small business in Sydney with ambition to grow, a larger firm looking to expand into an international market or an individual seeking financial security, Allan Hall can provide you with professional tax and accounting advice and support.

Allan Hall is the Sydney representative firm of Alliott Group, a worldwide alliance of independent accounting, law and consulting firms. 


Allan Hall wins two highly prestigious national awards

We are absolutely thrilled to announce that Allan Hall scooped the pool when the winners of the Financial Review Client Choice Awards for 2016 were announced at a gala dinner earlier this year.

These highly prestigious national awards celebrate excellence in professional services and Allan Hall Business Advisors won Best Accounting firm in Australia (revenue under $50 million) and even more excitingly, we went on to win the overall category of Best Professional Services Firm in Australia (revenue under $50 million), which incorporates accounting, law, management consulting, engineering and regional firms across Australia.

Our selection as winners was based on feedback provided by a number of our clients who were randomly approached by independent researchers, Beaton Research.

We have a very strong culture at Allan Hall Business Advisors where valued relationships, problem solving and communication are all paramount and it is hugely rewarding to know that this is so well received, respected and valued by our clients.

We would like to thank our clients for their valuable feedback and also acknowledge our highly dedicated staff as these awards are a testament to the service our entire team provides.


Superannuation News



$500k lifetime limit has been dumped but the 'work test' is back on the table

On 15 September, the Treasurer, Scott Morrison announced that the $500,000 lifetime non-concessional contributions (after tax) cap that was to be backdated to 1 July 2007 will be replaced by reducing the existing annual non-concessional contributions cap from $180,000 per year to $100,000 per year. Those under age 65 will continue to be able to 'bring forward' three years' worth of non-concessional contributions.  However, those people with a super account balance above $1.6m will not be able to make any further non-concessional contributions from 1 July 2017.

The Treasurer also reversed the announcement made on 7 September about the removal of the 'work test' for those aged between 65 – 74 years of age.  This requirement is now back on the table as a way of funding the Government's budgetary cost of the non concessional contributions limit changes. 

The third announcement was the deferral until 1 July 2018 (from 1 July 2017) of the commencement of the 5 year rolling concessional contribution caps to enable those individuals with an account balance under $500,000 to catch up their contributions.

It is expected that this legislation will be introduced by the end of the year.          


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