“Long term relationships with clients are built on trust, hard work and positive outcomes.”

James King

Partner, Tax Services

With a key focus on building strong long-term relationships with his clients, James draws on his expertise providing tax technical and compliance services to help deliver practical, commercially focussed outcomes.

James specialises in corporate tax consulting and compliance, international tax, tax effect accounting, fringe benefits tax (FBT), salary packaging and employment taxes.

His experience extends to working with public, multinational and large private clients across industries including mining, energy and resources, manufacturing and agriculture.

With over 15 years of tax specialist experience, James has continued to build upon his knowledge throughout his career including the opportunity to work in the UK as part of an international secondment program.

A former Account Director in the corporate tax division of a Big 4 firm, James joined William Buck in 2021.  His commitment to solving technical tax solutions for clients makes James a valuable asset to William Buck’s Tax Services team.

James is a Chartered Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in Accounting from the University of Adelaide and a Diploma in Taxation from the University of Sydney.

The Facts:

Core Expertise

  • Tax consulting and compliance
  • Tax effect accounting
  • ATO product, private rulings and ATO audits
  • FBT, salary packaging and employment taxes
  • International tax


  • Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)
  • Member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
  • Graduate Diploma in Taxation


  • Mining & Energy
  • Manufacturing
  • Wine / Agriculture
  • Retailers
  • Infrastructure
  • Healthcare

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