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Koschel Simpson Mattner
KSM Group; Our Care. Your Success.
Founded on the Gold Coast in 1973, KSM Group has evolved into a progressive firm employing over fifty staff and operating from several locations; Oxenford and Runaway Bay on the Gold Coast, Mullumbimby in the Northern Rivers Region of NSW and also Mt Isa in the far north (financial planning services only).
KSM Group is firmly established as a full service enterprise providing "Accounting and Tax, Business Advice, Financial Planning, Share Portfolio Management, Investment Planning, Superannuation, SMSF, Insurance, Finance, Property and Outsourcing services".
The success of Koschel Simpson Mattner over the past 40 years and into the future is driven by our proactive professional team committed to assisting our clients…”create financial freedom and an abundant life."
The entire KSM team led by our Partners; Robert Koschel, Sandra Koschel, Tracy Simpson, Paul Simpson and Finance Partner Jaeneen Cunningham, are committd to our core values; "exceptional client experience, continuous improvement, positive attitude, integrity and innovation".
Koschel Simpson Mattner is now servicing clients Australia-wide including Mt Isa, Perth, Coffs Harbour and Sydney.
Contact the KSM team to help put your financial future in order ..."Our care. Your success".
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