Providing free tax assistance to help you navigate Australia's complex tax system
Griffith University has a strong and proud history of striving for social justice, and the Griffith Tax Clinic aims to provide free tax assistance to unrepresented taxpayers so they know their rights and obligations in complying with Australia’s complex tax system. The Griffith Tax Clinic is a friendly, student-run clinic where you will receive advice from Griffith University taxation students under the supervision of experienced tax practitioners.
The Griffith Tax Clinic may be able to assist you with:
Responding to an ATO notice
Reporting meetings and filing requirements
Applying for remissions of penalties
Negotiating a payment plan
Computing tax liability
Tax law, your rights and obligations
Engage in case work directly relevant to your chosen career; as well as play an important part in assisting otherwise unrepresented taxpayers. Students gain this valuable experience while under the supervision of experienced tax practitioners. If you are interested in participating in the Griffith Tax Clinic as a student.
It is possible for industry to support the Griffith Tax Clinics, either through student mentoring, pro bono work or seminar assistance.
For clients entering an agreement with the Griffith Tax Clinic, it's important to read and agree to the terms of the agreement via the button below.
For high schools
A series of free instructional videos specifically designed for secondary school students are now available to support in-class or online teaching.
Supporters of the Griffith Tax Clinic
Griffith University appreciates the generous support from the following organisations