Futureproofing your wealth with Minter Ellison.

Private Client and Tax Compliance Services

MinterEllison advises high net wealth individuals and private client groups from around Australia and abroad. Our clients include members of the BRW Rich 200 list and wealth managers. We offer discreet and practical advice and structure the ownership of your wealth to achieve your succession planning and asset protection objectives in the most tax effective way. Our private client advice draws upon our expertise and experience with:

  • business structures
  • business succession planning, estate planning (wills, enduring powers of attorney) and implementation
  • estate administration and estate-related disputes and litigation
  • taxation planning and advice, and taxation disputes and litigation
  • philanthropic funds
  • insolvency advice and litigation
  • superannuation

As the only top tier firm with offices in every mainland capital city of Australia, a significant Asia-Pacific presence and highly-regarded practices in New Zealand and in London, this breadth of practice enables us to offer both private and corporate clients a unique diversity of experience, providing comprehensive solutions for wealth transfer and succession planning.

3 April 2014

The Tax Agent Services Act 2009 (TASA) has been amended, heralding significant changes to the way financial planners are regulated. Financial planners will need to understand the boundaries between providing purely financial product advice and a tax (financial) advice service, and to determine whether they need to register with the Tax Practitioners Board (TPB) as Registered (Tax) Financial Advisers from 1 July 2014.

18 July 2013

The Australian Taxation Office has issued its annual compliance program, 'Compliance in focus 2013-14', setting out the areas it will focus on in its investigations and reviews throughout the coming year. The compliance program can help you determine the likelihood of being subject to scrutiny by the Australian Taxation Office.

18 June 2013

Employers should be aware that the due date for reporting employee share scheme interests is fast approaching. Where required by the tax laws, ESS Statements must be given to employees by 14 July and ESS Annual Reports must be given to the Australian Taxation Office by 14 August.

24 May 2013

In this Budget brief, we have discussed the government's Budget proposals as they impact on relevant industry sectors, and have included details of the Opposition's views (if any) on each proposal.

24 May 2013

In this Budget brief, we have discussed the government's Budget proposals as they impact on the mining, energy & resources industry and investors in that industry, and have included details of the Coalition's views (if any) on each proposal.