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Accounting Practice of the Year!

Date: 1 September 2019

Roberts & Morrow were named the 2019 Accounting Practice of the Year at the MYOB Partner Connect Gala Dinner held in Melbourne 22 August 2019. We are proud to have made it ahead of finalists from several other city based accountancy firms. This result is thanks to the hard work of all our staff who contribute to this result every day.

In addition to this, Partner Clint Bourke was named the MYOB Accountant of the Year 2019 and Partner Joel Weier was a finalist for the MYOB Certified Consultant of the Year award. Clint and Joel have had a long association with MYOB. They are both Certified Consultants and passionate about delivering MYOB software to Roberts & Morrow clients to ensure their business enjoys the latest efficiencies and opportunities available.

As a regionally based firm, we certainly celebrate these results, it’s been an incredible experience and something our staff should be really proud about. We thank all our staff for their input into these achievements!

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