Expatriates: Critical Tax & Super Issues
Published on 13 Aug 2009
| Took place at The Novotel Hotel, Brisbane, QLD
Expatriates, both inbound and outbound and their employers and advisers, face unique
challenges and issues in relation to the operation of the Australian Taxation System. In addition, the recent budget changes have added to the complexity that needs to be addressed and
managed. In particular, the changes to section 23AG are now law and apply from 1 July 2009
meaning there is a fundamental change to the tax landscape for Australian’s working overseas and
the planning for structuring those assignments needs to happen now.
In addition to dealing with the changes to section 23AG, this event focused on
some of the more common issues encountered by advisers when dealing with Australians who
are living or working overseas, or for foreign nationals who are living or working in Australia.
These include dealing with transfers of offshore superannuation and pension balances,
understanding and applying double tax agreements and dealing with Australians who have
participated in offshore employee share plans.
This event was aimed at accountants, lawyers and financial planners who advise
individuals that are working or living overseas or have come to Australia to work, live or retire.
This event was also aimed at advisors and employers that send staff offshore or that source
staff for work in Australia from offshore.
Get a 20% discount when you buy all the items from this event.