Jack Bresnahan is a Lawyer in Coleman Greig’s Tax and Superannuation team. He specialises in providing commercial tax advice, personal tax advice and not-for-profit tax advice.

Jack has extensive experience in Australian Taxation Office (ATO) disputes, having worked for the ATO prior to joining Coleman Greig. He has a strong understanding of the entire disputes lifecycle including private rulings, audits, objections and ATO litigation. Whilst tax and taxation disputes can be incredibly complex, this experience enables Jack to assist clients to resolve disputes seamlessly, and to provide clear and concise tax planning advice.

His clients include domestic and multinational companies. His clients span a range of sectors including construction and not-for-profit, and high net worth individuals who work both in Australia and overseas.

Working closely with clients, Jack ensures that they receive accurate and effective commercial and personal tax advice, and can navigate the ATO disputes process as smoothly as possible.

Dedicated to giving back, Jack regularly volunteers for the Red Cross.


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“I aim to communicate with clients in simple plain English, so that they understand their obligations and responsibilities in their reporting to the ATO. I am able to use my experience to break down tax jargon and crystalise key issues so clients feel comfortable and supported through the process." – Jack Bresnahan

  • Worked on a large settlement for the ATO with an Australian construction group.
  • Acted for the ATO in an objection with a high net worth individual to determine when they had reclaimed their status as an Australian tax resident.
  • Advised a charitable organisation which was seeking approval for deductible gift recipient status.
  • Acted for the ATO in an objection with an Australian company that imported luxury cars into Australia and was potentially impacted by the luxury car tax.
  • Acted for the ATO in an objection with a partnership which was seeking a ruling that they were running a farm as a business and therefore entitled to business deductions.

Bachelor of Laws, University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
Bachelor of Business (Economics), UTS
UNSW Micro credentials in GST, Superannuation, and Trusts
Law Society of NSW
Member of UTS Law School

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