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Welcome to Ganci Accountants & Auditors

Established in 1977, providing services in accounting, self managed superannuation funds, auditing and all income tax and GST related matters located on Keilor Road Essendon North 3041.

Accounting & Tax

At Ganci Accountants & Auditors we offer a range of accounting and taxation services for both businesses and individuals, including the establishment and management of Self Managed Superannuation Funds.



The audit profession plays an important role in the confidence and integrity in Australia's capital markets. At Ganci Accountants & Auditors we offer a complete auditing service for Businesses and Self Managed Superannuation Funds.


Self Managed Superannuation Funds

Self Managed Super Funds are the new black. It's never too early or too late to set up a SMSF, however they aren't for everyone. We can determine whether or not a SMSF is right for you, set it up and even manage it for you.



Latest News

  • Multiple sources of help and further explanations are available below regarding the relief packages and programs recently released by our Governments. All relate to Covid-19 and are grouped here so you don’t have to go searching for the information.  If you have any questions, or require further assistance, please send us an email or phone.
  • Prime Minister Scott Morrison has now unveiled an extraordinary $130 billion wage subsidy which will see businesses receive $1,500 a fortnight per employee for the next six months.
  • Detail on what the second stimulus package means to your hip pocket, Centrelink payments and staff retention.
  • Small businesses will be the hardest hit by the ramifications of Covid-19.  The following is more information to help small business owners better understand some of the business support that's now available.
  • The Prime Minister has announced a stimulus plan to curb the economic impact of the coronavirus and keep “Australians in jobs and businesses in business”. 
  • The long-awaited superannuation guarantee amnesty bill has now passed both houses, with employers set to get six months to disclose historical non-compliance before tougher penalties apply.