GET TO KNOW US

Meet the team behind Melbourne’s fastest-growing accounting 
firms and get to know how it all started.

Every business has a story 
Here’s ours.

On paper, Captaxation could be mistaken for a young firm. The backbone of professionals behind the name however, are anything but new to the industry. 

Founded by Abdul El-Dib in 2019 after a merger with his previous company, Captaxation has quickly taken its place as one of Melbourne’s and Australia’s most reliable accounting and taxation firms. With Abdul at the helm—backed by a dedicated team of professionals who’ve been working together for decades, Captaxation was ready to make an ever bigger impact on the industry.  

Spurred on by our previous success, we weren’t about to rest on our laurels. We knew that we could crunch numbers with the best of them. We knew that we understood taxation law like the back of our hand. We knew that we’d helped hundreds of small businesses to higher heights.

But we knew that wasn’t going to  
CUT THE MUSTARD !

With Captaxation, we didn’t want to just offer isolated services—we wanted to provide total financial support to Australian individuals and small business owners. 

So, we set out to help our clients grow and achieve success sustainably through effective business management, accounting, and so much more—not just to tidy their books. Soon, likeminded professionals joined the team and over a decade later our mission statement remains the same…

To achieve this, we evolved from merely offering accountant services to expert services across the board in finance. We expanded our team and diversified by hiring experts from industries including mortgage brokerage, lending, financial planning and tax specialists. Now we don’t just tidy your books-we’re a finance hub for every Australian and small business owner.”

TO BE AN ALLY TO OUR CLIENTS
IN ALL THINGS FINANCE.

Hundreds of Australians look to Captaxation for financial solutions—
here’s why.

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