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Business Valuation Services, Taxation and Accounting

A business valuation incorporates the valuation of businesses, securities and intangible assets that are required for a multitude of reasons including accounting, taxation, transactions and disputes. 

Business valuations are used by many business owners as a regular measuring stick of success and progression. Planning well ahead of time assists in breaching the gap between today’s value and the value you want to achieve in the future.


Business tax is a constantly changing landscape and it is important that you partner with an accountant who is up to date with these changes. Our Helm accountants are here to assist you in maximising your business incentives and taxation outcomes, as well as ensuring that your business is compliant.  As your business grows, having sound tax advice will not only help take advantage of the opportunities that lie ahead, it will also help tackle any challenges you may encounter.

The advisers at Helm can also assist with the more complicated areas of personal tax including capital gains tax and redundancy. These isolated events can have a significant impact on your taxation obligations and possibly other obligations and entitlements such as child support, Medicare levy surcharge and family assistance.


It is often crucial to get advice prior to the end of the financial year, to assess whether any tax planning opportunities are available.

Professional Team

Bob Pfaff

Bob Pfaff

Senior Consultant


  • Bachelor of Commerce – University of New South Wales

  • Master of Business Administration – University of Edinburgh




  • Chartered Accountant Australia and New Zealand


Bob is a chartered accountant with over 35 years of broad business experience. Having been a Director of Ferrier Hodgson (KPMG), Bob has extensive insolvency, restructuring, sale of business and investigation experience gained over a ten-year period from 2001 to 2010. Previously Bob held senior positions in transactional banking (structured finance and corporate lending), credit and risk policy, company secretary and general management roles.

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