Hornsby Accountants, Tax Agents, Business Advice and Consultants


We have established ourselves as a team of dedicated accounting and tax professionals

We provide exceptional service in a timely and efficient manner.
Our firm is located in Hornsby in Sydney but we have clients all throughout Australia.
We are large enough to offer the full range of accounting and taxation solutions, yet small enough to offer a friendly, hassle-free, tailored service.

Why Choose Us As Your Accountant?

At Links 2 Accountants & Advisors, we:

  • care about the advice we give and the outcome of that advice
  • take initiative to help you improve your position
  • pay special attention to the quality of the work & advice we provide
  • put ourselves in your shoes to develop an understanding of you and your objectives

Our Clients Include

Hornsby Accountants supporting the Building & Construction Industry
Building & Construction

Plumbers, Painters, Pest Control, Electricians, Air Conditioners, Property Investors and Real Estate

Hornsby Accountant supporting Industrial Companies
Industrial Services

Retailers, Manufacturers, Hoteliers. Agricultural, Importers, Exporters and Non-Profit Organisations

Hornsby Accountants supporting Professional Services
Professional Services

Medical, Dental, Physiotherapists, Legal, Engineering, Architects, and Management

Accountants for Service Providers - Hornsby
Service Providers

Child Care Operators, Mortgage Lenders, and Teachers

Links 2 Accountants & Advisors is conveniently located next to Hornsby Westfield.
We can accommodate your busy work schedule by having evening and Saturday appointments available.

Did You Know

Inflation heading in the right direction

The monthly consumer price index (CPI) for the 12 months to January was 3.4%, the same as December 2023, which was the lowest inflation reading since November 2021, according to the latest data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).

 Inflation was driven by increases in housing costs, including rents (up 7.4%), new dwelling purchases (up 4.8%) and electricity (up 0.8%).

 Other significant contributors were food and non-alcoholic beverages (up 4.4%), alcohol and tobacco (up 6.7%) and insurance and financial services (up 8.2%).

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Posted: Mar 2024
Four capital gains tax concessions to help small businesses

As a small business owner, you can take advantage of one of four capital gains tax (CGT) concessions offered by the Australian Tax Office.

These allow you to reduce, disregard or defer some capital gain from an active asset used in your small business.


 These concessions become available when you dispose of an active asset, provided you meet certain eligibility requirements.

 First, you must be one of the following:


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Posted: Mar 2024
Business confidence rising slowly

Business confidence rose 2.1 points to 93.2 points for January, according to the latest Roy Morgan business confidence survey.

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Posted: Feb 2024
Wages increase across public and private sectors

The wage price index, which measures changes in the price of labour, rose 0.9% for the December 2023 quarter, according to the latest data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).

This was the highest quarterly increase since March 2009 and meant that average wages rose 4.2% for the whole of 2023.

Both public and private sectors saw increases, with public sector wages rising 4.3% over 2023 and private sector increasing 4.2% for the year.

This is the first time since December 2020 that the public sector has overtaken the private sector.

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Posted: Feb 2024