Melisa is more familiar with small business than most, holding the tape measure at a young age for her father, a carpenter, and now as an experienced business advisor for him and many other clients.
As a principal of Martel Wheatley, Melisa provides services to her clients including business valuations, structuring advice, budgeting, re...Read More
Sam is a genuine business advisor to our clients, large and small. He enjoys sharing ideas with clients and creating strategies to help them grow and manage their business.
Sam is a Chartered Accountant (CA), and holds a Bachelor of Agricultural Economics with Honors (B.Ag. Ec. (Hons)).
Before returning to Dubbo in 2011 Sam worked...Read More
Hugh prides himself in providing clients with personal attention, be it a strategic overview of their business or their new business proposal,financial planning, succession planning or tax planning.
Hugh has practiced as a public accountant since 1985 helping individuals and businesses. His experience also includes commercial accounting...Read More
Rebecca started with Martel Wheatley in September 2016 as a Business Administration Trainee. During this time she completed her Certificate III in Business Administration and was awarded the Dubbo Chamber of Commerce Rhino Award for Trainee of the Year in 2017.
Rebecca has since transitioned into the role of an Cadet Accountant wh...Read More
Mitchell is the newest Cadet Accountant here at Martel Wheatley. Mitchell was born and raised in Dubbo and from a young age he enjoyed mathematics and problem solving.
Mitchell started his cadetship with Martel Wheatley in October 2017. He achieved his Higher School Certificate from Dubbo College Senior Campus in 2016. Mitchell provides...Read More
Jayde is the first point of contact for Martel Wheatley, whether it be over the phone or in the office. She manages the day-to-day operations of the office including direction of incoming and outgoing correspondence, lodgments and corporate compliance with ease. In addition to administration, Jayde also enjoys finding time to complete financi...Read More
If you are a low or middle income earner, and you make a personal contribution into your superfund, the government may also make a Co-contribution, to a maximum of $500 per year.The amount the government contributes, depends on your income and how...
Drought loans now available through the Regional Investment CorporationLoans of up to $2 million interest and repayment free for the first two yearsYears 3-5 are interest only at a concessional rate (2.11%) with the balance to be repaid over the r...