It is with great sadness that we announce a loved young employee, Amelia Karagiannis, died as a result of an undiagnosed cerebral aneurysm.
As the personal assistant to the Financial Solutions team, Amelia had emerged as a bright and capable young lady. Showing both great strength of character and pride in her work, she leaves a big impression in the hearts of all who knew her.
Her aunt and fellow FS team member, Toula Siamoa, is now back at work and has thanked everyone, staff and clients alike, for their kind thoughts over the past month.
Our thoughts and good wishes go to all Amelia's family.
Cameron Fogarty - Cameron has recently joined our knp office as a Tax Manager. He has nearly ten years of specialised tax experience and has previously worked with a wide-ranging assortment of clients in different locations including Hobart, Melbourne and London. knp are proud to have Cameron on our team as his employment enhances the value of service we provide to our clients.
Diana Dimitrov - Diana joins us as a team manager to replace Helen Halkias who recently left knp to start her new life in Adelaide. While wishing Helen well we are excited to have Diana, who comes to knp with 12 years accounting experience, on our team. After having returned from a six month mini-break overseas, Diana has packed away her travel bags and settling into life at knp.
At our recent End of Financial Year dinner the staff and directors of knp honoured the late Amelia Karagiannis by presenting the inaugural Amelia Award, pictured below, to a well deserved employee. This year's winner, as chosen by the knp staff, was Kate Mulcahy.
The Tax Office has announced that it will request and collect business names and addresses from each state’s and territory’s WorkCover Authority for the 2007 and 2008 calendar years.
The information collected from the projects will be electronically matched with the Tax Office’s data holdings to identify non-compliance with registration, lodgment and payment obligations.