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First Class Ticket to Cross Border Taxation

Published on 14 Oct 2002 | Took place at The Sheraton on the Park, Sydney , NSW

This seminar looks at developments in the areas of transfer pricing, tax treaties, the impact of the raft of domestic legislative change as it affects international situations, GST and customs duties on cross border transactions and the consequences of expatriate employment in Australia.

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Individual sessions

Disputes in the transfer pricing area

Author(s):  Andrew FISHER This seminar discusses disputes in the transfer pricing area, including: a review of the current ATO programmes, areas of dispute/contention and the ATO's response, role of the APA programme in resolving/eliminating disputes, impact of foreign jurisdictions/jurisprudence, and litigation vs. competent authority.

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The consequences flowing from employing expatriates

Author(s):  Andrew FISHER This seminar paper discusses tax and other risks for employers associated with inbound and outbound expatriates, and the much anticipated possibility of legislative change in audit activity and immigration matters.

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Outbound investment - financing international operations

Author(s):  Alf CAPITO This powerpoint presentation discusses outbound investment and covers the new rules applying to the making of offshore investments.

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GST and customs duty in cross border transactions

Author(s):  Brenda GODLEY This powerpoint presentation discusses GST and customs duty in cross border transactions, including terms of trade, taxable importations/taxable supplies, ATO guidance to date, and possible mismatch of entity paying and reclaiming GST.

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Reviewing the "Review of International Taxation Arrangements

Author(s):  Dr Michael DIRKIS This seminar paper will provide an overview of the consultative paper including: imputation bias at the shareholder level, conduit income arrangements, and corporate residency changes.

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Australia's tax treaty policy

Author(s):  Richard J VANN This powerpoint presentation discusses Australia's tax treaty policy, including residence and dual residence of companies, permanent establishment, business profits, dividends and interests, royalties, capital gains, individual consulting services, source rules and other income, non-discrimination, limitation of benefits, assistance in collection and future treaty program and consultation.

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