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Your client wants to expand overseas - what do you do now? paper


Over the last year there have been a number of significant changes to the international tax provisions. This paper is aimed at those who have an Australian base with clients overseas and wish to build on their knowledge of the tax changes. The paper includes a case study to demonstrate the practical issues. In particular, it focusses on:

  • setting up your structure
  • bringing profits home
  • selling shares in an overseas company v selling assets
  • pricing of your goods or services
  • debt or equity financing?

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Con Tragakis FTI
Photo of author, Con TRAGAKIS Con is a Partner in Charge of KPMG’s Tax and Business Services Practice specialising in tax consolidations, tax dispute resolution and international tax. He advises large and small business on specialist tax-related matters. He has advised on numerous international structuring projects for small, medium and large business. His particular areas of business focus are property, infrastructure and financial services. - Current at 18 January 2011
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