Published on 23 Aug 12
by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
Changes made in 2009 have dramatically increased the complexities for Australian residents working overseas, and their employers. In his paper, the authors provide a recap of the changes, and focus on how employers have responded.
In addition, as employers continue to struggle to find appropriate talent within Australia, the opportunities presented by the global employment market mean that we are seeing more temporary workers enter Australia than ever before. This paper provides an overview of the key issues that employers need to be aware of when employing workers from overseas.
Dan Hodgson, ATI is a KPMG Tax Partner, responsible for its People Advisory practice in Perth. Dan began his career in the UK, before joining KPMG when he moved to Sydney in 2002 and later relocated to Perth in 2010. He has almost 20 years of experience assisting employers design and implement all forms of employee incentive arrangements, and has been heavily involved in the consultations that have shaped the current rules that apply to the taxation of employee share schemes.
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16 June 2017
Ben Travers is the Lead Partner of the International Executive
Services practice in KPMG Tax, Melbourne. He has over 12
years specialist experience advising Australian and multinational
organisations on a broad range of international tax and assignment
policy issues associated with maintaining a global workforce. Ben is
actively involved in the interpretation and application of assignment
policies, domestic law obligations and Double Tax Agreements.
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03 July 2017