Published on 06 Oct 06
by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
Australian taxpayers operating in an international context often face a delicate balancing act between the requirements of one country’s tax rules over another. This paper focusses on some of the common taxation issues faced by Australian inbound and outbound investors, with a focus on our major trading partners, including:
common structures for foreign entities investing in Australia
common structures for Australian entities investing offshore
what the new non-resident CGT rules will mean in practice
recent developments to Australia’s international tax system.
Liam Collins CTA
Liam is a Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers. He has over eight years experience in advising clients on Australian and international taxation matters. Liam has considerable experience in advising on cross border transactions and major financing transactions. Current at 09 September 2008
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