We are specialists in providing services to SME’s and individuals.

Regardless of whether you are a business looking to undertake an acquisition or an individual looking for superannuation advice or taxation return services, we bring together the right people to do your work cost effectively at all times.

We provide our services through local businesses and teams, ensuring a personal service.
All clients have their own permanent team of professionals always available – including a client manager, a professional accountant, financial planner and executive support assistant.

Your team will work with other specialists throughout the group to ensure you receive the highest level of advice at all times regarding all matters that affect you individually and/or your business.

A number of specialists spread over various locations make up the VIDEN Group, however, you will have the opportunity to work with one local team to ensure your contact with the group is consistent, effective and you don’t feel as if you are being “passed around”.

DIVISIONS AND COMPANIES

Taxation & Accounting

TAXATION & ACCOUNTING

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ADVISORY SERVICES

ADVISORY SERVICES

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SMSF SERVICES

SELF MANAGED SUPER FUND SERVICES

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FINANCE

FINANCE

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Audit Services

AUDIT SERVICES

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Intersync

INTERSYNC (BOOK-KEEPING)

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Financial Planning

FINANCIAL PLANNING

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LOCATIONS

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