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My client the accidental expat - Inbound individuals.


The movement of people across international borders creates a range of issues and challenges for the individuals involved. Many of these individuals do not plan to become “expats” – it can just happen by accident. This paper explores some of the potential Australian tax issues that inbound individuals may face.

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Belinda Marschke
Belinda is a Director at KPMG working in the International Executive Services Group of the Tax Division. In her current and previous roles, Belinda has had significant experience in both client facing roles as well as practice support roles and has worked in both accounting and law firms. In her previous role as a practice manager in a top tier law firm, Belinda gained extensive experience in the hands-on running of a practice. In her client facing roles in Big 4 accounting firms, Belinda faced the demands of running a successful practice, whilst balancing the demands of her clients as well as the demands of juggling family life. - Current at 12 August 2014
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Danielle Lyons
Danielle specialises in advising on taxation and human resource issues for corporates and their employees. She is a Senior Manager in the PricewaterhouseCoopers International Assignment Solutions group in Brisbane. Danielle has more than 12 years experience in providing advice to clients in respect of the components of tax structuring for expatriates and the elements required in preparing effective expatriate policies. Danielle has also worked in the PricewaterhouseCoopers Learning and Education team preparing and delivering internal training programs. Danielle has had extensive experience in speaking at PricewaterhouseCoopers external client events. - Current at 04 April 2006
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