Board of Principals

Anthony McPhee

B.Bus (Accy) QUT | FCPA, SSA (SMSF Specialist Advisor with the SMSF Association) & Registered Tax Agent

Anthony started his career in 1993 and eagerly welcomes a challenge and his passion falls towards small business accounting, consulting and management. He provides real business benefits for each of his clients and is well regarded for his succinct and accurate accounting skills.

Alongside giving sound advice on business acquisitions, valuations and tax planning, Anthony is also involved in property development. He project managed the construction and development of the Bourbong Medical Centre in Bundaberg. A great asset to the community of Bundaberg, the medical centre is first rate and boasts a striking design.

Anthony is a highly esteemed and active member of his community who is constantly striving to improve the business of his clients.

Luke Samways

B.Bus (Acc) CQU

Luke became a partner of Charter Partners in August 2012 and leads the Bundaberg office. Luke plays a fundamental role in ensuring clients’ needs are promptly attended to and works hard to ensure the Charter Partners philosophy of Quality and Service are well and truly met.

Luke is Bundaberg born and bred, and knows the area and its business and community well. His desire to stay and raise two children in such a wonderful and secure environment says a lot about his commitment to the area and confidence in its future. Luke’s pleasant personality and ability to explain often-complex matters in a simple manner are strengths that have made him highly effective as a business advisor.

Inga Jarick

B.Comm (Acc & Fin) with Distinction

Inga leads a dedicated team in the Gympie office. The breadth of experience and knowledge gained in a 30-year career working in a variety of finance roles, the last eleven in a professional practice with Charter Partners, has allowed Inga to bring a new dimension to the practice. Raised on a cattle and sugar cane property, she is only too familiar with the challenges and issues of rural life and business, making her an asset in our semi-rural community. The rural ties run deep and Inga lives with her husband and three children on a small property outside Gympie where they run a few cattle and enjoy horse riding every chance they get.