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DJ Cooper Accounting offer expert advice and personalised accounting services to meet the needs of our individual and business clientele.

Our offices in Port Stephens, Raymond Terrace, Nelson Bay, Newcastle and Hunter area are at the heart of each region, so we can stay up to date with all the issues our clients face.

We offer a wide range of accounting and taxation services, including bookkeeping, company secretarial and formation, business support and auditing services. DJ Cooper Accounting also works extensively with clients in relation to the establishment and management of self-managed super funds (SMSFs).

We pride ourselves on providing services of an exceptional standard, as our consistent yearly  growth is entirely due to word of mouth referrals from existing clients and business colleagues. This, combined with on-going extensive technical training and development for our professional staff, positions us as an accounting practice of choice.

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Sometimes the only way to understand a person’s business or financial situation is by meeting face-to-face. All new clients or people looking to speak with an accounting professional are offered an initial consultation with the first hour at no charge. If you have some concerns and wish to take advantage of a confidential personal discussion simply call 02 4983 1611 to arrange a meeting.

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Business networking done the right way

Posted on April 12, 2019 by admin

The ability to network effectively can greatly increase the success of your business by getting your name out there in a positive way, building your credibility and assist in growing your customer base. Networking done poorly can seem pushy or overbearing but when done well it is a two-way street. Putting yourself out there can help you get to know someone better, find ways in which they might be able to assist you and how you can help them in return.

Know what you have to offer:
Networking can be especially hard if you aren’t aware of the unique skills you have to offer. Think about all of your accomplishments and assess what helped you to achieve them. These are all skills that other people may find valuable. Make it your goal to have an open and friendly approach when presenting yourself to new people and business opportunities.

Be yourself:
A big mistake people often make when networking is being inauthentic. If you are speaking with someone about a topic you don’t understand, avoid acting like you know everything just to keep up. Instead, ask questions and take the opportunity to learn from others. When the opportunity arises, talk about topics you are passionate about and interested in, not just topics you think people want to hear about.