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Australians Working Overseas

Published on 04 May 2006 | Took place at City West Function Centre, West Perth , WA

With the changing economies and different levels of skills available, it is becoming evident that more and more Australians are required to work overseas both on short term and long term assignments. Unfortunately there are many complexities that are often overlooked when dealing with posting Australian employees overseas.

Individual sessions

Australians working overseas - implications of secondments

Author(s):  Deborah COCHRANE

With the changing economies and different levels of skills available, it is becoming evident that more and more Australians are required to work overseas both on short term and long term assignments. Unfortunately there are many complexities that are often overlooked when dealing with posting Australian employees overseas. This paper looks at some of the more common issues that arise in this area and includes the following:

  • changes to the 91 days continuous employment exemption covered under S23AG
  • review of the 91 days continuous employment on an approved project covered under S23AF
  • review of residency vs non-residency on short and long term assignments
  • double tax agreements
  • review of other employment taxes.
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