Brown Wright Stein has an impressive team of tax specialists, a number of whom hold Masters degrees in taxation law. Five members of our taxation team are Fellows of the Tax Institute and two members of the team are accredited by the Law Society of New South Wales as tax specialists.
We act on behalf of a wide range of clients from listed public companies, to small and medium-sized enterprises and high net worth individuals.
Our lawyers work closely with leading accounting firms to provide expert advice on Federal and State taxation law. In addition to advisory work, we have substantial experience with preparing private ruling applications and assisting clients to resolve audit activity and taxation disputes with revenue authorities.
We combine both a strategic and practical approach when advising clients, ensuring our legal advice fits within the context of their wider business as well as their personal needs.
- Tax advice
- Tax audits
- Transactional Advice
- Estate Planning
- Self Managed Superannuation
- Business Succession Planning
- Objections and Appeals
- Position Papers
- Negotiation with ATO Prosecutors
- Charities Trust law
What does Bill Shorten’s plan for franking credits mean for your clients? Bill Shorten has announced that if the Labor Party wins government at the next Federal election franking credits will not be refundable from 1 July 2019.