Tax Deductions

Tax Deductions

According to the Assistant Commissioner of the Australian Taxation Office, over 350,000 Australians make errors on their tax returns annually. Unfortunately, even small errors can lead to huge repercussions including paying fines and additional taxes, and lost current and future deductions.


The ATO collects and manages taxes, but they don’t point out lost deductions you’re entitled to receive. Unfortunately, few people understand tax law or how it applies to their particular situation.


DNM Group has the knowledge and skills to access lesser known deductions, claim them legally, and to provide the required documentation. An integral part of our success is our commitment to tax legislation awareness and proper implementation. We’re members of the Chartered Accountants of Australia, and we meet the stringent requirements of the ATO as a tax agent.


We review your personal circumstances, explore potential deductions, and review tax law when necessary. DNM Group identifies key deductions available to you for your particular industry and occupation, the investments you hold, your assets such as property, and much more. We strive to minimise tax using legal deductions, accurate accounting, and proactive planning.


Many Australians miss out on many available deductions or they claim too much and trigger a review or audit. The audit process is nerve wracking, time consuming, and often financially detrimental if you do not understand the issues. DNM Group partners with you throughout the taxation process. Our expert accounting and taxation skills reduce the possibility of an audit, but we’re also your representative if the ATO challenges your return.


DNM Group’s advanced taxation knowledge often means paying less tax, securing a brighter future, and protecting what you’ve already built.

Personal Tax

Tax returns, types, deductions, planning, preparation and minimisation.

Financial Planning

Tax structuring, protection and insurance, investment planning, SMSF, retirement planning, succession and estate planning