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Published on 14 Mar 08
by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA
With individuals travelling between countries more and more in their career, it is essential for advisers to be aware of the range of tax issues that affect people either leaving Australia to work overseas or coming here either temporarily or permanently. This paper considers some of the main domestic tax factors that need to be addressed including:-
Capital Gains Tax and how it applies to:
taxpayers leaving and coming to Australia permanently.
Superannuation and the tax implication of:
departing temporary residents
bringing super to Australia.
Megan is a Tax Partner at Deloitte in Adelaide with over 15 years experience in providing business and taxation advice to Australian Subsidiaries
of multinationals, listed Australian Corporations as well as family-owned organisations. Megan has significant experience in advising on expatriate tax for multinational organisations and their employees and also high net worth individuals. Her experience includes advising on tax effective
remuneration structuring and expatriate policies. Current at 27 May 2008Current at 23 May 2008
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