For Dan, there are no problems, only solutions. This unique way of thinking, combined with Dan’s obsession for mastering the tax law, allows him to find solutions where others can’t.
Dan has practised solely in tax for his entire career. His experience includes working as a senior tax lawyer in Perth and Sydney for EY Law and Greenwoods & Herbert Smith Freehills. Dan has also lectured for the University of Western Australia (UWA) in their Master of Taxation course. He regularly presents and writes on tax issues for leading professional bodies including The Tax Institute and the Law Society of WA.
Dan holds a Bachelor of Law (First Class Honours), a Master of Professional Accounting and a Master of Business (Finance and Economics). He is a Chartered Tax Advisor (CTA).
Outside of work, Dan is as obsessive with his personal pursuits as he is at work. In the past he has competed in multiple Ironman triathlon races and has completed a solo crossing to Rottnest Island. Fortunately, Dan’s lovely wife, Alison Taborsky, along with their son Harrison and daughter Grace, brings some balance to his home life.
Insights from Dan
The Government has announced a number of amendments to the JobKeeper scheme over the last couple of months. The most pressing of those amendments is the change of the reference date for determining employee eligibility to 1 July 2020. Employees that were not eligible...