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Asia Pacific College of Business and Law

CDU Free Tax Clinic

Tax Clinic Team


The CDU Free Tax Clinic aims to assist unrepresented taxpayers in meeting and complying with their tax affairs and is now open to assist the Northern Territory community.

The CDU Tax Clinic has been established to provide free and accessible services to members of the community in the Northern Territory. It is available to eligible individuals, small businesses, not-for-profit organisations, and charities who may not be able to afford professional tax advice and representation with their tax affairs and obligations.

Our objective

The CDU Tax Clinic aims to assist unrepresented NT taxpayers in complying or meeting their tax affairs and receive assistance from selected CDU undergraduate and postgraduate accounting students under the supervision of academic staff and experienced tax practitioners.

We may be able to assist you with:

Tax Consultation
Respondig to ATO Notice
Reporting Meetings
Applying for Remissions of Penalities
Payment Plans
Tax Liability
Tax Rights andObligations
Professional Representation

Eligibility criteria

Generally, for individuals:

  • Currently unrepresented (i.e. do not have a tax agent); 
  • Reside in the Northern Territory; and
  • Have a taxable income threshold of $60,000 and below.

For small business, not-for-profit organisation and small charities:

  • Currently unrepresented (i.e. do not have a tax agent); 
  • Northern Territory residency; and
  • Meet the current eligibility requirement as a small business, not-for-profit and charitable entities.


    Applications have now closed for the 2019-2020 tax season.  Please check back in April 2021 for further information on the 2021 Tax Clinic.  We thank you for your support and look forward to assisting you next year.



    The CDU Tax Clinic gratefully acknowledges the support of the following for the 2020 program.



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