Tax Services

As Australia's leading tax practice, our team provides integrated tax solutions in even the most complex environments.

Tax laws in Australia and internationally are becoming increasingly complex. Around the world, organisations face many challenges in establishing the most effective tax models. They must also:

  • understand and meet compliance obligations
  • adjust to regulatory changes and emerging trends
  • identify and reduce tax risks.

How we can work with you

We are Australia’s largest multidisciplinary partnership, combining financial and tax skills with those of economists, lawyers and other in-house professionals. Our Australian Tax team can solve your organisation’s complex tax problems from the ideas stage through to execution.

Tax advisory firm governance - best practice principles 

PwC Australia is pleased to publish the Tax advisory firm governance - best practice principles

These Principles have been developed by PwC Australia, EY Australia, KPMG Australia and Deloitte Australia with input from the Australian Taxation Office and Tax Practitioners Board.

The firms make an important contribution to the operation of the Australian taxation system and work in an existing environment of robust laws, regulations and professional standards. These Principles are being shared to enhance public understanding of our role, further build confidence and trust in the system and to comply with current and future requirements relating to government procurement. In this regard, PwC will also publish an annual statement as set out in the Principles (refer below).

The Principles complement PwC’s longstanding Global Tax Code of Conduct (updated as of  September 2023) and reflect the expectations the community should have of reputable tax advisers. The Principles are voluntary and other firms may choose to adopt them.

Annual Compliance Statement - 2023

PwC confirms it has confidence that the policies, procedures and internal controls which facilitate compliance with the Principles operated effectively for the financial year ended 30 June 2023.

PwC Compliance Report to the Tax Practitioners Board

PwC Australia is pleased to publish its first Tax Practitioners Board (TPB) Compliance Report for November 2022 to June 2023. The contents of this report sets out the steps the firm has taken in response to an investigation and order by the TPB.

In compliance with the order, PwC is required to provide the TPB with a compliance statement on a 6-monthly basis during the 2023 and 2024 calendar years. The statement must confirm that PwC has complied with its requirements under the TPB order, in addition to other requirements relating to training. 

It is not a requirement under the order that PwC’s statements are made public but we are committed to publishing these reports as we continue to enhance the firm’s transparency and culture.


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Contact us

Chris Morris

Tax Business Leader, Sydney, PwC Australia

+61 2 8266 3040


Michael Bona

Global Tax Leader, Brisbane, PwC Australia

+61 405 136 010


James O'Reilly

Brisbane Tax and Markets Leader, Brisbane, PwC Australia

+61 421 288 623


Clementine Thompson

Partner, Global Tax, PwC Australia

+61 413 089 431


Jason Karametos

Industries Tax Leader, Melbourne, PwC Australia

+61 3 8603 6233


Hayden Scott

Tax Controversy Leader, Brisbane, PwC Australia

+61 488 221 199


Warren Dick

Tax Reporting and Innovation Leader, Sydney, PwC Australia

+61 419 479 279


Norah Seddon

Partner, Tax, Asia Pacific Workforce Leader, Sydney, PwC Australia

+61 2 8266 5864


Adam Pascoe

Deals and Stamp Duty Leader, Melbourne, PwC Australia

+61 413 872 916


Trinh Hua

Sydney Markets Leader, Sydney, PwC Australia

+61 404 467 049


Luke Bugden

Infrastructure Leader, Sydney, PwC Australia

+ 61 (2) 8266 4797


Sarah Hickey

Financial Services Tax Leader, Melbourne, PwC Australia

+61 2 8266 1050


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