Sharee Webster BComm (UQ), CA, CTA, RTA, Dip FP
Sharee Webster joined Holmans in April 2007. Sharee manages the Holmans Maroochydore office, which was opened in April 2008. Sharee is a Chartered Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Queensland, a Chartered Tax Adviser from the Taxation Institute of Australia and a Registered Tax Agent. In July 2016, Sharee obtained her Diploma of Financial Planning, allowing her to be a licensed Financial Adviser.
Prior to joining Holmans, Sharee was based in Sydney for almost 20 years. During this time, Sharee was a partner in a chartered accounting practice, as well as holding the position of senior manager in both small to mid-tier accountancy firms. In these roles, Sharee provided strategic advice and specialised business solutions to suit the tax and accounting needs of a wide variety of privately owned businesses.
At Holmans, Sharee specialises in business structures, taxation advice, superannuation and in particular Self Managed Super Funds (SMSFs). She has extensive experience in providing strategic tax advice to private clients, owner-operated family businesses and large corporate entities.
Sharee is passionate about being part of the Sunshine Coast Community and about giving back to the community.
In June 2017, Sharee was appointed to the Board of Comlink Ltd, a large Not for Profit whose main office is located on the Sunshine Coast. Comlink provides Home Care and Community services across Queensland. She loves being involved with this organisation – whose goal is for all people to age well.
She was the Treasurer of the Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network for 6 years stepping down in early 2018. As a Buderim local, she was on the Board of Directors of the Buderim Community Enterprises Limited, trading as the Buderim Community Bank ® Branch of Bendigo Bank for six years stepping down from that role in 2018 too.
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