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Taking an SME international presentation

Published on 13 Mar 13

A business may start off as a small Australian-based operation, but what happens when the SME wants to move into offshore 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.

Author profile:

Michael SELTH
Michael is a Director, Corporate Taxation for Horwath Melbourne. He is a multi-skilled senior taxation executive with extensive high level consulting and management expertise. His clients are typically successful private companies or listed entities, usually with overseas operations and with a turnover of under $500 million. Michael will draw on his experience, obtained in blue-chip professional and corporate firms, to discuss the issues to consider when restructuring small and medium businesses, and identify possible solutions.
Current at 26 July 2006
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