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What to look for when your client chooses to send employees to work overseas presentation

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 presentation, these authors will provide a recap of the changes, and will 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 presentation provides an overview of the key issues that employers need to be aware of when employing workers from overseas.

Author profiles:

Dan HODGSON
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Author Photo - Ben TRAVERS
Ben TRAVERS
Ben is a Manager in the Employment Taxes Group within KPMGs Sydney taxation division. The Group focuses on advising on salary packaging and fringe benefits tax issues, and also provides assistance on employee share and option schemes, payroll tax, PAYG issues, termination payments and superannuation. Ben consults to a wide group of clients across many different industries including finance, construction, energy and natural resources, communication, property, entertainment, transport and government. Ben has advised some of the worlds largest multinational corporations on FBT issues.
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This was presented at 45th Western Australia State Convention .

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