LLB Accountants Serve Como
About LLB Accountants
Our services include:
• Business advice and monitoring
• SMSF (self-managed super funds) setup and services
• Financial statement preparations
• Budgeting • GST advice
• BAS preparation
• Company incorporation
• Tax planning/advice
Como is a southern Sydney suburb, located approximately 27 kilometres south of the central business district (CBD).
The suburb was named after Lake Como in Italy. In December 1885, the Como railway bridge began service. As Como and other surrounding suburbs expanded over the years, a new concrete bridge were constructed to better accommodate the needs of the community.
The 1994 bushfires devastated Como, with approximately 70 houses and a primary school severely damaged or destroyed.
In the Census conducted in 2011, Como had a population of 3,789 people. Of these, 30.3% were aged 19 years and under, 22.9% were aged 20-39 years, 30.9% were aged 40-59 years, with the remainder aged 60 years and over. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people made up 0.8% of the population.
The median age of people was 38 years, with the most common ancestries being English (30.8%), Australian (30.7%), Irish (10.3%), Scottish (6.6%), and German (2.5%).
The residents of the suburb are mainly employed as Professionals (31.7%), Clerical and Administrative Workers (16%), Managers (15.2%), Technicians and Trades Workers (12.4%), and Sales Workers (8.4%).
Access to and from Como is easy, with both public and private transport options. The Como train station is on the Eastern Suburbs and Illawarra line of Sydney Trains network. Public buses also serve the area, with stops situated along Wolger St.
The Princes Highway and Alfords Point Road provide access by car to the suburb from the east and west respectively.
Centres of Commerce
There is a small shopping precinct in Wolger St, with a chemist, restaurant, bottle shop, newsagency and a number of other retail stores. Westfield Miranda is an approximately 13 minute drive away and offers a large selection of stores.
Private dwellings in Como is comprised of separate houses (93.9%), semi-detached/terrace houses (5.7%), and units/apartments (0.4%).