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Accounting firms merge to expand SMSF services

22 July 2013 — 1 minute read

In a move to expand its SMSF offering, Joyce Dickson Chartered Accountants announced last week it has merged with Bolin Accountants.

Joyce Dickson’s current offerings include SMSF and tax advice services, while ACT-based Bolin Accountants similarly provides business accounting and SMSF services, the announcement said.

Lorin Joyce, partner at Joyce Dickson, said the merger will facilitate an expansion of the firm’s SMSF service offerings and provide additional support for its business services.


“I am particularly excited that our ability to provide SMSF services has been expanded,” said Mr Joyce.

“The experience of the Bolin staff is exceptional, with some team members having helped people with their self-managed superannuation since 1989. They currently look after over 300 funds,” he added.

“This merger will strengthen our ability to deliver a customised service that helps clients discover their full potential, and reach their ultimate personal and business financial success.”

Joyce Dickson will continue to operate under its current name, the announcement said.

Accounting firms merge to expand SMSF services
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