Cassandra Price is one of Atherton Tablelands based RFCs joining the team in 2019.
Cassandra holds a Bachelor of Accounting and obtained experience as an undergraduate accountant before starting her own bookkeeping business where she works with predominately primary producers across various horticultural commodities.
Cassandra also has experience in running a rural family business and has an indepth and practical knowledge of small business principals, taxation and governance operational requirements for such operations.
Cassy's passion is assisting producers with practical options to improve or grow their businesses to allow them more time to focus their efforts on what they excel at - growing and producing quality food and fibre in sustainable and profitable manner.
Operators will benefit from contacting Cassandra to help identify ways to become self-reliant in business and to better manage change and adjustment.
Cassandra can work with you to develop options and support you during the decision making process. Cassandra will service the Atherton region, in conjunction with her RFC colleagues. No part of North Queensland goes without a dedicated RFC to travel to and meet with clients.
Client's information is treated in the strictest confidence and services are free and independent of financial institutions, welfare agencies and government.
RFCS can be a very useful tool to aid in all sorts of activities such as:
Identifying areas of risk in your business
Preparing for a visit to a succession planner, or
Completing action plans to receive grants or income assistance
Help identify any advice and training needs you may require
RFCs are trained to give you a high standard of financial information, and will aim to meet any reasonable request for an appointment at a time and place of your choosing.