The University of New South Wales (UNSW) Tax Clinic is a free and confidential tax advice and advocacy service.
Run by student volunteers under the supervision of registered tax agents, we give free tax advice to unrepresented individuals and small businesses in dispute with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) at our outreach services. Our outreach services are in the Sydney CBD and the Eastern Suburbs.
We also host tax education and information sessions to benefit the wider community.
If you are experiencing any of the issues above or want to know if we can assist you on another taxation matter, and you meet the eligibility criteria, you can apply for an appointment online today.
Am I eligible?
Step 1: Check if you are eligible. If you are eligible, complete the online application form. Ensure you provide all your contact details. Once you’ve submitted your application form, you will see a message on the screen confirming your application has been received.
Step 2: Our staff will contact you to discuss your application and book your appointment. We will also send you a reminder of your appointment via your preferred contact method.
Step 3: Attend your Advice Session. Please remember to bring all relevant documents with you to your appointment. As a teaching clinic, you will first talk to a student volunteer about your personal details and your tax issues. The student will then consult with the supervising tax agent, and then return with the tax agent who will give you tax advice.
Book an appointment
If you would like to speak with a clinic team member, please phone: 02 9385 8041.
The UNSW Tax Clinic is run by a registered tax agent, who provides tax agent services and supervises UNSW students on a placement with the Clinic. Students on a placement with the UNSW Tax Clinic are not authorised to give advice, or to provide a tax agent service. The only person at the UNSW Tax Clinic who is authorised to give advice (as part of a tax agent service) is the Clinic Supervisor, who is a registered tax agent. The Supervisor is not authorised to, and will not, provide legal advice.
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