About US

Ricardo Accounting is located in Erina on the Central Coast of NSW.

We have been servicing small to medium sized businesses in both compliance work and business services since 2006.

OUR TEAM

Timothy Ricardo

CPA (SMSF Specialist) BCom-Accg DipFS(FP) JP

Timothy Ricardo is the director of Ricardo Accounting and principle of the firm being a Registered Tax Agent. He aims to create a client focused firm that provides a personalised service giving businesses the attention that is necessary to be more than compliant, being forward thinking and innovative in their approach to the way they run their business.

Timothy obtained a Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting at Macquarie University whilst gaining practical experience at local firms on the Central Coast.
He is a Certified Practicing Accountant and holds a public practice certificate with the society of CPA’s.

Timothy has also completed a Diploma of Financial Services in Financial Planning through the Financial Planning Association (FPA). This has given him a background in retirement and investment planning which assists him in his core business role.

Nathan Vant

CPA BAcc DipFinPlan

Nathan commenced his work in the industry over a decade ago and has completed his Accounting Degree, also having worked in the health industry he brings a wide range of skills and experience to the firm.

Administration and Bookkeeping Team

Louise has been providing her assistance to the firm since its establishment and was previously in a management position in a small business in Erina.

Danielle joined our team in 2015 and provides bookkeeping services specialising in Xero, a cloud based software package. Danielle and her husband have been in business on the coast for many years and are heavily involved in their local community.

Linda joined our team in 2008 and has been providing administration services in the accounting and finance industry for over a decade as well as operating a small business with her husband and providing bookkeeping services for many small businesses on the central coast over the last 25 years.