Navigating Expatriate Tax Issues: Arrivals and Departures
Published on 30 Apr 2008
| Took place at Chifley at Lennons, Brisbane
The movement of people across international borders creates a range of issues and challenges for the individuals involved, not the least of these is taxation. Many individuals do not plan to become expatriates – it is in many cases an accidental situation that they find themselves in. Unfortunately many individuals do not plan ahead and as a result, expose themselves to a taxation minefield!
The taxation issues that arise when individuals work or live outside their home country or change home countries can be varied. Accordingly, one of the biggest challenges is identifying the issues that may arise with international travel and work, and planning for the contingencies that may occur.
The issues for inbound and outbound expatriates differ significantly and advisors who are able to identify the issues faced by each of these individuals are able to assist their clients in consciously preparing for and dealing with the challenges they will face.
This practical session utilised real world examples to highlight the issues and apply the principles addressed.
This seminar 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, and advisors. This seminar was also aimed at advisors that send staff offshore or that source staff for work in Australia from offshore.
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