Morris Maroon is a Tax Team leader at Coleman Greig, having joined the firm as part of our 2019 integration with Argyle Lawyers.
With over 30 years’ experience in corporate and international tax in Australia and overseas, Morris provides clients with practical and sophisticated tax solutions. He adds value to his clients through helping them improve their business outcomes, whilst remaining compliant. His clients have included multinational groups, listed entities, private companies and high net worth individuals.
Morris’ specialist expertise is set across a broad range of industries including property, retail, manufacturing, aviation, IT and import distribution industries. He also provides taxation advice to accountants, financial advisors and lawyers.
Unique to other advisors, Morris always thinks outside the square about how he can reach the most practical solution for his clients. One of his many strengths is helping clients understand the long-term implications of their transactions.
Morris’ specific areas of expertise include international tax planning, in bound and out bound structuring, due diligence work, capital gains tax, payroll tax, GST, stamp duty and dealing with the Australian Taxation Office in respect to tax disputes. Dealing with complex taxation matters allows Morris to draw on his skills from multiple industries to produce practical and timely solutions for his clients.
Having dedicated his entire career exclusively to the tax profession, Morris has comprehensive experience in advising clients regarding the complexities involved in setting up a business in Australia and overseas, enabling his clients to concentrate on their day to day business operations.
With a background in the big four chartered accounting environments for over 27 years’, Morris’ in-depth understanding of taxation matters gives him a thorough understanding of the practical, the accounting and the legal implications of all business transactions in the commercial world.
Outside of work, Morris enjoys spending quality time with his family.