About Kothes Accounting Group
When Roy Kothe opened his accounting office in Bega on May 1, 1947 he had two other staff members and they generated around 180 tax returns, mostly from clients in the Delegate and Monaro districts.
Things have certainly changed since that time and Kothes is now one of the larger employers in the Bega Valley and NSW Sapphire Coast with clients from right across Australia. We are the only multi-partner chartered accounting firm in the region and have seven offices, five directors and around 50 staff members.
Experience, skills and trust
We are a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, a regional associate member of Walker Wayland Australasia, and a Xero Gold Partner.
We make sure we are across the latest Federal and State tax laws, business and technology, financial planning, superannuation, accounting software and training and technology. We pride ourselves on providing timely professional advice in the ever-changing world of taxation and accounting.
Your accountant gets you
At Kothes it’s not about us, it’s about you. Our focus is on your financial future and how we can help you achieve your wealth and financial goals.
Whether you have a small, medium or large business, or if you’re a sporting or community group, or are interested in property investment or need help setting up your self-managed superannuation fund – Kothes Accounting Group is here for you.
We understand the complexities of accounting, tax planning and finance planning and help you stay on top of your compliance obligations. We make sure you can sleep at night and give you peace of mind.
Because at Kothes, your accountant gets you.
Kothes Accounting Group directors and staff are very involved in their local communities and our business supports a broad range of groups and initiatives.
Kothes helps rural students take the next step
Bega District News, May 2016
Each year Kothes donates a $500 cheque to two top University of Wollongong Bega campus Bachelor of Commerce (Accountancy) students.
“We do it for the university, to keep the great facility in town because it leaves the option open for students to study here and remain in country areas,” Kothes Chartered Accountants’ principal Gary Skelton said.