Gosia Nejthardt


Gosia Nejthardt.


An innovative and driven professional with over 15 years’ experience in business consulting, accounting and auditing. Worked extensively with small and medium sized businesses and high net worth individuals. Enjoys working with clients, putting an emphasis on creating sound accounting systems, preparation of financial statements, professional tax planning, providing human resources solutions, and all round business consultation. Registered Auditor who qualified in 2007 and became founder of Seltus Financial Solutions. Offers audit and assurance services to a wide variety of clients including medical practitioners, lawyers, Trusts and other companies in mining, investment, information technology, gambling, renewable energy and other service industries. Maintains an updated knowledge in the areas of audit and assurance, tax, accounting standards,
payroll, SARS compliance, business development and ethics.

Greatest professional achievement is the immense rapport she has established and maintains with her business clients. They find her dependable and she thrives on exceeding their expectations. She considers herself an open book of tools and strategies that can be used to improve efficiency and empower a small to medium sized business owner. Her philosophy is that if business owners understand their own finances, they can make considerable savings and make informed decisions and know when to seek professional advice. 

An important part of running a successful business is knowing how to handle challenging situations. To assist clients, she provides management with continual and ongoing consulting services including profitability planning and tax strategies.

As a Registered Auditor, she helps clients manage risk within their organization through assurance services such as financial statement audits, internal control reviews and through consulting with clients on compliance, internal control design and organizational governance.

One of her strengths is the ability to communicate and bridge the gap between what has been done and what others say can’t be accomplished.