Navado Tax & Accounting | Legal & Financial Group

Screenshot 2015-06-04 09.33.18Navado have been providing a range of tax services since 2001.

It’s tax time, and finder.com.au are proud to present you with a breakdown of some of Australia’s most prominent tax specialists.

Who is Navado?

Sydney based Navado was founded in 2001, and since then has specialised in providing a range of financial and other services including legal services, migration services, conveyancing, financial planning and, of course, tax advice. It has experts in all fields, and whatever your circumstance or tax need, they could be in a position to help you.


How can Navado help you with your tax return?

Navado provide the following tax services:

  • Individual tax returns

Navado has experience dealing with tax returns for all kinds of individuals, including employees, employers, contractors, property owners and share market investors. They also have experience dealing with returns for Australian citizens and non-residents alike, so if you’ve only been working or studying here temporarily, they should still be able to help with your return.

  • Company tax returns

If you manage a small, medium or large business, then you’ll know just how complicated corporate tax can be. Navado have tax advisors with experience in a wide range of fields, including professional, wholesale, retail, franchising and many more.

  • Partnership tax returns

If you run a partnership, the first step of completing your tax return with Navado is to meet with one of their advisors to discuss your situation in as much detail as possible. They will then assist you in maximising any deductions and ensuring your return happens as efficiently as possible.

  • SMSF tax returns

Self managed super funds (SMSF) are a complicated financial product, that have a complicated taxation system. The rules and laws are frequently changing and it can be difficult to stay on top of. Navado have experts in SMSF taxation and are on hand to help. The fees that you can expect to pay for this, or any service, are listed below.

  • Trust tax returns

If you’re lodging a return on behalf of a trust, Navado could be in a position to help. The process begins with an initial consultation, which is offered free of charge, and during which you will be asked to provide detailed information about your business, including the number of financial years you have filed in, the number of transactions, the number of entities and the nature of the business involved. They will then enter into a written agreement, during which time all fees and charges can be discussed.

  • Charity, association and not-for-profit organisation tax returns

Navado also have experience in charity, association and not-for-profit organisation tax returns, if you’re looking for a specialist to help you, then make an appointment with one of their specialist advisors.

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What fees does Navado charge?

Type of returnFee
Standard individual tax return$143
Company annual tax return and financials$990
Self managed super fund (SMSF) tax return and financials$990
Trust annual tax return and financials$990

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