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    WHAT THEY SAY…

    What are our clients saying about us?

    Russell Hamlet
    Russell Hamlet
    02:40 04 Mar 17
    Sophie & Ed from Marsh Tincknell have supported me and my business from startup. They manage my tax and have provided fantastic advice for left field issues along the journey. Their communication and customer service approach is second to none. I thoroughly recommend MT to anyone that expects and appreciates quality and professional service.read more
    David Merrick
    David Merrick
    00:41 05 Nov 15
    I have received excellent service from David Tincknell and the rest of the team with regards to setting up trust structures and general accounting. David has a lot of knowledge and has given me great advice. read more
    Sarah Polkinghorne
    Sarah Polkinghorne
    02:44 02 May 13
    I trust Marsh Tincknell to manage my tax and financial affairs, their advice and understanding is exceptional. I find these accountants easy to deal with and are always available to reply to an email or talk on the phone. I would recommend these guys to anyone.read more
    Simon Clarke
    Simon Clarke
    02:24 22 Apr 13
    Marsh Tincknell have been the accountants for my group of businesses for over 20 years. During that time they have undertaken all public accounting, tax, investment and superannuation functions. I have always found them to be highly professional, ethical and timely. If you're seeking a professional accounting firm that can undertake work for individuals and are scalable to large SME's, I highly recommend them. read more
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    Refined Painting Projects
    07:31 09 Jan 18
    We would highly recommend Marsh Tincknell for your accounting needs. Their team have provided us with prompt support whenever it has been needed, with nothing has been a hassle for them to help with. We are very grateful to have been referred to them by another happy client!read more
    … they really care about providing the personalised care and attention that I need…
    Aseet Patel Aseet Patel – The Timber Depot Pty Ltd
    I have referred several business colleagues to Marsh Tincknell over the years and will continue to do so.
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