Tax & Revenue

Tax advisory services that achieve both a legal and commercially viable result are paramount to our clients and therefore, to us.

Australia's taxation regimes are complex and constantly changing.  Cowell Clarke's Tax & Revenue practice group is well positioned to support you with practical and innovative solutions in this environment.

We provide specialist, outcome orientated tax advisory services across a wide range of tax law and practice including direct and indirect taxes for businesses and corporates.  Our team works closely with independent and in-house accounting teams to advise clients around tax implications of restructuring, transactions, mergers and acquisitions, as well as dealing with regulatory authorities in negotiation and dispute resolution.

Clients appreciate our sophisticated and broad-ranging experience, coupled with our drive to provide outstanding levels of service. 

Cowell Clarke’s Tax & Revenue practice group work for clients both nationally and internationally.

For a copy of the Tax & Revenue Group’s global capability statement please click on the PDF link below.   You may also be interested in "Expanding Business into Australia - A Tax Perspective" an ongoing newsletter series which the Group have authored and can be found by clicking here.

Peter Slegers of the Tax & Revenue and Superannuation Group has recently released the SMSF Income Stream Guide.  Click here for more information.

Tax Academy

In light of the growth in the size and capability of Cowell Clarke’s Tax and Revenue practice group in recent years, the firm has introduced a “Tax Academy”.  The Tax Academy promotes the assembly of a highly trained, specialised and efficient Tax and Revenue team.  The Tax Academy recruits undergraduate law students of the highest calibre and provides them with holistic training with a view to the undergraduate ultimately becoming a commercial solicitor with a high degree of tax and revenue law specialisation.

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