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Justin Mulhair

Justin Mulhair

Justin is a Director in Nexia Perth Audit division.
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Professional experience

A grounded professional with a well-rounded perspective, Justin sees more than just numbers, he sees data for what it is—the story of your business. Meticulous in approach, his noted attention to detail, intelligibility and inclusiveness ensures at all times, he communicates clearly and concisely with clients, instilling both comfort and confidence.

As Director - Audit, Justin’s role involves strengthening Nexia Perth’s audit service line and through technological integration, delivering efficient and effective outcomes. Equally adept addressing mum and dad operations or C-Suite executives, Justin specialises in delivering audit assignments to public unlisted companies, ASX-listed companies, Local and State Government departments, Not-for-profits, Indigenous corporations, foreign-owned groups with Australian subsidiaries, Australian companies with foreign subsidiaries, large privately-owned entities and trusts.

Technologically savvy, Justin commands an impressive array of proficiencies and skills, aiming to complete the audit experience with better educated and properly informed clients. To that end, Justin delivers high-quality and timely audit and assurance services.


Bachelor of Arts - Accounting and Human Resource Management (Honours)

Member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA)

Member of Chartered Accountants Ireland

Registered Company Auditor


  • Accounting Advice
  • Agreed Upon Procedures
  • External Audit
  • Financial Accounting
  • Financial Analysis
  • Financial Reporting (IFRS & AASB)
  • Internal Audit
  • Internal Control Reviews
  • Investigating Accountant’s Reports
  • SaaS & Technology
  • Tax (Domestic and International)

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Business Horizon Review

Nexia Australia offers to undertake a Business Horizon Review to identify anything that could cause the eventual sale of your business to miss out on any tax concessions.

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We believe

At Nexia, we enjoy working with business owners through their business lifecycle – start-up, growth, maturity, exit.  We believe that business owners should be rewarded for what they do – taking on risk, creating employment and wealth.  

But it saddens us to see a business owner not fully realise their just rewards only because certain matters didn’t get a little attention along the way. 

They poured all those years of hard work into their business, only to see up to 47% of their reward disappear in tax.  That’s a long way from a possible 0% disappearing, if only those matters had got that little bit of attention.

We see

Having advised on many business sales over the years, we have seen situations where things featured in a business years before being sold which caused a denial of one or more tax concessions.  

This happens more often than you might think, and the saddest part is that in the vast majority of cases, some planning in the years before the sale would have produced a very different result. At Nexia, we pay attention, and we “see” solutions.

How we can help

Nexia Australia offers to undertake a Business Horizon Review to identify anything that could cause the eventual sale of your business to miss out on any tax concessions.

Review scope

The review will include things like:

  • Whether the business or its legal structure feature anything that could deny the CGT small business relief concessions (there are some well-known culprits).
  • For a business commenced pre-September 1985, whether it might have lost its tax-free pre-CGT status.
  • Identify assets to be extracted from a company or unit trust in order to facilitate a sale by way of selling the shares/units (which can potentially produce a lower tax impost).
  • Anticipating things to be done to satisfy the 15-year CGT exemption.
  • Noting any other matters that come to our attention.
  • A concise report will be provided that sets out any issues identified and recommendations.

We will:

  • Undertake the review;
  • Prepare and deliver the report; and
  • Meet with you to discuss.

Ideal time to have the review

The ideal time to undertake this review is 5-10 years ahead of the anticipated sale. Leaving it until less than 5 years away escalates the risk of being unable to redress identified issues that will deny the tax concessions. 


We will deliver the above for a fixed price of $3,500 + GST. 

This is a relatively small cost that can provide great peace of mind. This peace of mind is in knowing that anything which might unnecessarily deny various tax concessions upon exiting your business has been identified.

Next Steps

If you would like us to undertake the review, please provide the following (if we don’t already have this on hand):

  1. Group structure diagram
  2. 30 June financial statements for the last five years
  3. Most recent tax return
  4. Most recent management accounts
  5. Estimated working capital amount for the business
  6. Estimated value of the business, and for all assets of related parties; related debts 

Register your interest

Complete your details below to register your interest in our Business Horizon Review and one of our Advisors will be in touch shortly. 

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