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NTAA

The National Tax and Accountants’ Association Ltd. (NTAA) is a member based organisation dedicated to assisting accountants, tax agents, tax advisers, and businesses in resolving their tax issues. The NTAA are a not-for-profit association and act as a support group for both tax agents and business taxpayers.

The organisation was formed in 1992 and was set up to fully support tax practitioners by providing the highest quality service and advice to its members. As an association, it is totally “member centric”.

Magenta Business Solutions is NTAA accredited and are provided with ongoing support from the NTAA where required as constant changes and updates to the various tax acts can be complicated and difficult to understand. The NTAA educates our staff at Magenta Business Solutions team in all the latest tax laws and regulations and provides ongoing support.

The NTAA Believes in the following:

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  • Focus: their primary and unrelenting focus is, and must continue to be, the needs of their members. In their ongoing pursuit of their primary focus, the NTAA is a company made up of truly dedicated people who believe that to achieve our goals we all need to think the same way.
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  • Primary Goals: They strive to create an environment charged with a common belief that Reliability, Honesty and Integrity are the foundations for a company whose primary goals are to provide the highest level of service and best advice to their members. The service provided to members at every contact must be an uplifting experience to the member receiving it. Dealing with the NTAA should be a happy, beneficial and rewarding experience – every time. The advice provided must be practical, immediately useful and great value for money. The result is to provide their members with “Practical Solutions to Complex Issues” and to support them in their tax practice or business. Reduce administrative costs, improve employee satisfaction and reduce compliance risk through centralised and self-service transaction processing.
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  • Social and environmental policy: The NTAA views itself as both the voice of tax practitioners and also as their silent “partner”. In the broader sense it acts as the go-between tax practitioners and the ATO, ensuring the needs of their members are heard. At the same time it also supports members in the day to day, practical needs of their tax practice. It has a broad range of responsibilities as a major player in tax. The success of the NTAA in providing quality products and services allows it to generously reward all employees who assist the firm by maintaining its high standards of service delivery. It provides an environment in which employees can thrive and develop fully. The NTAA and its staff believe it is incumbent on them to act as an ethical corporate citizen with both social and environmental responsibilities.