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Our experience with Merit Partners has been the best business decision for our accounting purposes by far.
From our first conversation with Rosemary Campbell, we have been dealt with professionally, friendly and most importantly with respect.
We started as a small company with little to no experience, we have grown to own a fleet of vehicles, plant & equipment, employing local staff and purchasing a manufacturing division adding to our installation business.
We personally believe without the support and guidance of Merit Partners, we would not be where we are today, a strong local business with the confidence of growing
Jeremy & Jeni James, Owners – Trojon Fencing
Merit Partners has serviced MMC for 10 Years. Merit Partners brings the local knowledge and customer service that only a Territorian can provide but, with the professionalism and capability of a large multinational firm. Their accounting services have evolved to include all facets of our business. Merit Partners is not only a supplier but a critical part of the fabric of our business.
Owen Pike, General Manager – MMC Australia
All our dealings with Merit Partners have been exceptional. Merit Partners support us every year with our financial audit and also giving back to “Helping People Achieve”.
Tony Burns, Chief Executive Officer – HPA
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