LLB Accountants is proudly to state that we are one of Australia’s leading accounting firms. Since our establishment in 2010, we have been focused on continually offering the best accounting solutions to our clients. As a result of many years of hard work, integrity and listening to all the cases, we have managed to build strong and long-term relationships with our clients.
We design our advice in such a way that it meets the specific needs of our clients. We provide a full range of services and the process usually starts with a first consultation for new clients. This meeting is to gives us an opportunity to understand you or your business to find out best options that we can help. In this meeting, we may provide you with some preliminary comments, advice and service quotes.
We understand that everyone works hard during the week and a relaxing weekend is our common desire. We at LLB Accountants share your desire for a stress free weekend by providing efficient processes which give reliable results. Our commitment is to ensure our clients are taken care of so they worry less about tax and enjoy life more.
Why choose us
From humble beginnings, we have grown steadily to be one of Australia’s most trusted Accounting firms. We built this reputation over the years on the basis that our clients are at the heart of everything we do. We bring distinct quality, teamwork and value to the table – and innovation in everything we do.
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LLB Accountants knows Como
The suburb was named after Lake Como in Italy. In December 1885, the Como railway bridge began service. As Como and other surrounding suburbs expanded over the years, a new concrete bridge were constructed to better accommodate the needs of the community.
The 1994 bushfires devastated Como, with approximately 70 houses and a primary school severely damaged or destroyed.
The median age of people was 38 years, with the most common ancestries being English (30.8%), Australian (30.7%), Irish (10.3%), Scottish (6.6%), and German (2.5%).
The residents of the suburb are mainly employed as Professionals (31.7%), Clerical and Administrative Workers (16%), Managers (15.2%), Technicians and Trades Workers (12.4%), and Sales Workers (8.4%).
The Princes Highway and Alfords Point Road provide access by car to the suburb from the east and west respectively.