Carol Kalleske established her Tax & Accounting business in 2001 from the old Shoemaker Store in the hamlet of Greenock.

Already a mother of one with another on the way, Carol offered her services part-time while looking after her growing family.

The clientele doubled its size during the first year in business and with her third child on the way, the business continued to grow at this rate into 2003 tax season.

After continued success & growth over the next few tax seasons Carol's business had outgrown the Old Shoemaker store and her home based working environment.

In 2006 Carol & her Husband Tony purchased the Building next to the old Shoemaker Store with a vision of establishing the Greenock Business Centre, which would be a place to offer a range of business services to Greenock and its surrounding areas.

Carol's accounting practice is now operating from the Greenock Business Centre and has leased one of its rooms to a Financial planner, with opportunities for another business room lease or other visiting professionals to utilise a furnished office.


Carol Kalleske's business offers a down to earth professional service with trust, confidence, honesty and integrity as its foundation. The business treats all clients with a caring personalised service respecting all clients needs and requirements.


Over the last 6 years our clients have come from a variety of sectors. Many clients work for numerous business from the surrounding areas, others have rental properties, investment income & capital gains and businesses ranging from:

  • Soletrader
  • Partnerships
  • Companies & Trusts
  • operating as contract workers
  • earthmoving & landscaping
  • hairdressers
  • wineries
  • primary producers
  • retail & tourism to name a few


Carol Kalleske

Carol graduated from the University of SA in 1993 with a Bachelor of Arts in Accountancy. In her final year, she worked fulltime at the then Boral Windows at Angaston. After graduating Carol worked for the government at Trans Adelaide and commenced her path to becoming a Certified Practising Accountant, CPA. While working here, Carol married Tony Kalleske of Greenock and later joined a Chartered Accouting firm in Gawler. Here Carol gained 6 years of taxation experience with a wide variety of clientele and business structures. Carol completed her CPA programme and obtained her CPA status in 1997. Carol completed the Certificate IV in Rural Business Management, with her husband Tony, also in 1997.

In 1999, Carol had her first child and continued to work part-time for the Gawler firm and decided in 2001 to undertake the CPA Public Practice program and obtain her Registered Tax Agent status and then started the 2001/2002 Tax Season in her home town of Greenock under her own name.

After 5 years of running her business part-time from home and the Old shoemakers Store in Greenock, Carol opened the business for 4 days a week in the Greenock Business Centre where it continues to operate today.

Debbie Davidson

Deb joined the office in January 2008 in the role of Administration/Tax Consultant with over 10 years of experience in the financial services & administration industry.

Deb has had 4 years experience with ANZ Bank and 8 years as a bookkeeper, secretary & warehouse manager in the Ultra violet industry. She then took a role as Administration officer for 5 years with Steggles.

Deb had 2 years working with At home Tax Services as a tax consultant visiting clients in their homes processing individual & small business tax returns.

This lead to her undertaking 8 years as a tax consultant with H&R Block in the Gawler Office.

Deb has built a client base of her own over the years and in association with my office over the last 5 years has continued to service and build her tax consulting & bookkeeping business.

Deb has earned her Certificate 3 in Financial Services and is currently studying her Diploma in Finanical Services at TAFE.

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