Tax Planning - Australia

Innovative tax planning to keep you two steps ahead

With the Australian Tax Office sharpening its regulatory focus, corporates are ramping up their ‘real time’ tax position disclosures and thinking innovatively for rating agency purposes. To stay on top of this dynamic tax landscape, tax planning is essential.

Our full-service tax planning team can help ensure that your business remains competitive and that each transaction and investment is a successful one. We’ll give you integrated full-service solutions (by bringing together banking, corporate, property, litigation), relationships with regulators and the commercial understanding of our accounting qualified lawyers.

Our tax planning experience with MNCs, SOEs, private companies, financial investors and banks, expatriates and high net worth individuals includes:

  • Tax planning for foreign direct investment projects
  • Tax planning for outbound investment
  • Tax planning for M&A / restructuring 
  • Tax planning for cross-border transactions
  • Tax planning for expatriates and high-net-worth individuals
  • Tax planning for pre-IPO companies and employee incentives.


We have a full team specialising in this area.

Discover our latest insights into legal issues affecting your business

On 4 December 2019, the Commissioner of Taxation (Commissioner) released a draft law companion ruling, LCR 2019/D4 (“Draft Ruling”), which clarifies his view on the “influence” test under the new...

10 December 2019

On 21 September 2018, the Victorian Supreme Court dismissed an appeal by the Commissioner of State Revenue (Commissioner) in Commissioner of State Revenue v The Optical Superstore Pty Ltd [2018] VSC...

28 September 2018

The Federal Government has revised exposure draft legislation relating to hybrid mismatch arrangements which exploits the difference in tax treatment between countries of an instrument or entity.

20 March 2018

The Court of Appeal of the Supreme Court of Western Australia allowed an appeal by Placer Dome Inc in a decision concerning the old land rich provisions in the Stamp Act 1921 (WA).

20 September 2017

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