Tax stress is real.
Many Australians find doing their taxes complicated, and often put the job off for as long as possible.
Many also feel a sense of injustice when it comes to the tax system.
With this in mind, the University of New South Wales in Kensington has partnered with SECC to launch The Tax Clinic for those who need support.
Run by the UNSW School of Taxation & Business Law, the free clinic is for people – and small businesses – who need tax advice and advocacy.
Working towards a fairer society
“The mission of The Tax Clinic is to improve access to tax justice for everyone,” the school’s Professor Michael Walpole said.
“It’s about empowering individuals and small businesses through community education, and removing systemic injustice by advocating for tax reform.”
The Tax Clinic offers student volunteers an opportunity to work for clients on case, education and policy files.
The university, located on Barker Street, Kensington, will run the Clinic weekly, where clients can drop in for free advice and support.
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