About Tash Hilton
Assistant bookkeeper – that’s my role here at e-BAS Accounts, and I love it. I support Louise (the practice principal) with basic bookkeeping, general admin and daily updates to our social media channels.
My brain’s getting a great work-out learning the e-BAS systems and Louise’s unique client approach while applying my experience and skills to an array of new-to-me tasks. I’ve never had such focus on the numbers side of things, but I’m fast getting hooked – Louise has a knack for making numbers alluring.
My professional background is as varied as the e-BAS client list and I’m drawing on a swag of relevant know-how. In the past, I’ve worked as an employment consultant, an admin (several roles) and a nanny, and in settings including supermarket, deli, bakery and hospitality.
I’m grateful for a job that makes me smile and laugh throughout the day, but admin is especially my thing – I enjoy the buzz of completing tasks and keeping things in order. Neat and tidy helps make everything right with my world.
It’s rewarding to be part of this growing business that supports other small business-owners. I’d love you to say “hi” when you find me on the end of an email or telephone when you next contact e-BAS Accounts.
**You can read more about Tash in this interview blog**
Ten things you don’t need to know about me.
1. I live with my husband, daughter (10), son (5), Sami the cat (17yoa), Daisy the Staffy, and two guinea pigs named Maggie and Lisa.
2. My music tastes are mixed but include Alice Cooper and Jethro Tull.
3. I grew up in Melbourne and attended 14 different schools.
4. Favourite movie: Trading Places
5. I once got my long ponytail tangled in the beaters of the mixmaster while making a cake – and lived to tell the tale.
6. I’m a sucker for British TV soaps. Cue Coronation Street and Eastenders
7. I think I’m a little bit psychic. (No, I can’t help you find your phone.)
8. In 2015, I’m making my third visit to Bali.
9. I much prefer home cooking to eating out.
10. And one about Louise: she’s so lovely, it’s ridiculous