Sarah Cox

Sarah Cox is the National Administration Director whose role is to deliver professional and efficient management of all the offices nationally. Sarah assists and coordinates the day-to-day operations of the business.

Since beginning her public practice career in 2002, Sarah has developed a keen understanding of the importance of ensuring efficient internal operations in order to provide a high level of service to our clients. Sarah assisted with setting up the Brisbane and Melbourne operation of the firm, and continually works with our branches to develop and improve our support processes. Sarah also overseas marketing and events activities.

Co-Winner 2024 Excellence in Operations – Count National Conference
Finalist 2023 Excellence in Innovation – Count National Conference

Why do you enjoy working in public practice accounting?
I like helping the staff to achieve their goals and grow their careers. As our offices expand, I get excited introducing new talent who bring unique skills and fresh perspectives to the Group.
What do you like to do in your spare time?
Spending time with the kids and going for a long walks along Wynnum Esplanade before work.

Sarah's Blogs

Small Business Lodgment Penalty Amnesty Get Relief for Late Lodgments

Late lodgments of tax returns and business activity statements (BASs) can lead to hefty penalties and unnecessary stress for small businesses. However, there is good news!

By Sarah Cox, Director | Created on May 23, 2023

Why you should appoint an ASIC Registered Agent for your company

Question: I want to take out a loan from my business (a company) in order to invest in listed shareIf you're a director of a company in Australia, you might be wondering why you should hire an ASIC Registered Agent.

By Sarah Cox, WSC Group Administration Director | Created on April 4, 2023

Safeguard Your Finances with Our Audit Shield Service

In the complex landscape of financial compliance, audits and inquiries can pose unexpected challenges for businesses, superannuation funds, and individuals.

By Sarah Cox | Created on September 1, 2013