Published on 13 Mar 13
by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
A business may start off as a small Australian-based operation, but what happens when the SME wants to move into off shore markets, or set up part of its operations in a foreign country?
This paper looks at:
- what additional Australian tax obligations arise
- how and when the foreign-sourced profits will be taxed in Australia
- what ownership structure in Australia may be suitable to hold the foreign operations
- practical examples of overseas structures which may be used.
Jeff is a Senior Adviser - Tax at Grant Thornton Australia Limited.
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13 March 2013
Robert is a Senior Adviser - Tax at Grant Thornton Australia Limited.
Michael is a Partner at Grant Thornton and has more than 35 years experience in delivering specialized taxation advice to public and private clients across a wide range of industries. He has assisted many SME entities with their offshore expansions and taken them through the stages of planning, structuring off-shore entities, establishment of entities, transfers of operations and rights to related party entities and follow up recognisance to ensure on-going compliance with Australian and overseas tax authorities rules and requirements.
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16 November 2012