• Cadet Program
  • Information Technology
  • Superannuation
  • Pharmacy Services

chartered accountants and business advisors

We make it happen for your business at every stage of growth

DFK Hirn Newey is a leading accounting and business advisory practice based in Brisbane.  We understand that as your business evolves, so do your accounting, taxation and compliance  requirements. With a firm focus on expertise, staying abreast of industry developments and  delivering leading-edge advice, we will maximise successful outcomes for your business. If you are seeking to take your business to the next level, then we are the firm to make it happen for you.                
                                                                                                                                                                         
  
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3 reasons to choose us

one
DFK Hirn Newey works with goal oriented and fast growing businesses. We provide proactive support and timely advice at every stage in your business journey to ensure your goals for sustainable growth are achieved.
two
The combination of an extensive network of trusted advisors with specialist skills and direct access to Partners who are business owners themselves, delivers you big firm expertise with a hands on personal touch.
three
Besides delivering the usual accounting and taxation services, we are specialists and have developed an expert knowledge in superannuation, pharmacy services, information technology and business valuations.

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