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My client the accidental expat - Inbound individuals.

Published on 01 Sep 06 by "TAXATION IN AUSTRALIA" JOURNAL ARTICLE

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.

Author profiles:

Belinda MARSCHKE
Belinda is a Director in the International Assignment Solutions group of the Brisbane practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers. She currently leads the Brisbane team which specialises in advising on the expatriate tax and human resource issues for multinational organisations and their employees. In particular, her core area of expertise is advising such organisations on tax effective remuneration structuring and expatriate policies. She also has significant experience in advising high wealth individuals and corporate groups on individual and employment tax matters such as employee share and option plans, fringe benefits tax, salary packaging, superannuation and retirement planning.
Current at 17 May 2008
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Danielle LYONS

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