KMT Partners began as a small accounting practice run by Dr Andrew Toth in 1967. A migrant from Hungary, Andrew studied by correspondence to earn his qualifications and later leased his practice while he gained further experience with PwC in Fiji, before finally continuing the practice on his own. While other new migrants turned to him as their local business expert and confidante, his clientele soon grew to attract a broad range of individuals and businesses seeking tax and accounting advice.
During the 1970s, Andrew’s daughter Katalin (Kathy), joined the practice for a short time, before working in the tax office. She was drawn back to support her father and took over the business in 1985. Growth continued and, in 2000, Kathy sought support for the practice, creating an equal partnership with Michael Fox. While Kathy would specialise in superannuation, Michael became the firm’s tax expert, both working collaboratively to support clever solutions for their clients.
KMT Partners became a recognised and respected firm, known for treating clients as real people; seeking to understand the whole picture, and not just one element of their personal or business affairs.
While Kathy has transitioned to a new role as Chair, Michael continues to run the practice, supported by a multicultural and multi-skilled team.
KMT Partners are the most professional accountants I've had the pleasure to do business with, they really do know and understand small business.
KMT Partners have been our company accountants since the inception of our business. We have been very happy with their professionalism right from the start.