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CGT and non-residents.

Publication date: 17 Jul 06 | Source: CCH TAX WEEK

Issue: Issues 26 2006

Pages: pp.1-5

Abstract:
The Tax Laws Amendment (2006 Measures No 4) Bill 2006 was introduced into Parliament on 22 June 2006, proposing signnificant changes to the application of capital gains tax to non-residents, and effectivcely reducing the categories of assets on which non-residents will be subject to Australian tax.

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Scott Treatt CTA
Photo of author, Scott TREATT Scott Treatt is the Head of Taxation in the Sydney office of Pitcher Partners. He has been practicing as a tax specialist since 1997 with clients predominantly in the SME market space. Scott provides services from advising on appropriate structures, dealing with private rulings and ATO tax audit matters, addressing taxation issues within the firm’s major transaction projects, its listed and foreign clients through to assisting the Private Clients Team with taxation issues on succession matters. - Current at 18 April 2017
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John Ross
John has been advising on tax issues for over 30 years and has considerable experience in advising clients on a broad range of tax issues including tax efficient structuring for investing in and out of Australia, corporate reorganisation strategies and cross-border employment issues. John has been a tax director in five countries and brings his extensive international experience to assist clients in expanding their Australian operations overseas. He specialises in transfer pricing assignments for Pitcher Partners’ corporate clients. - Current at 23 October 2013
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