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My client the accidental expat - Outbound Individuals


With Australian organisations expanding their operations into overseas markets, individuals sent on assignment often find themselves as “accidental expats”. This paper addresses some of the potential Australian tax issues outbound Australians may face as a result of their overseas assignment.

This was also presented at the 'My Client the Accidental Expat' seminar held in Brisbane on 20 June 2006. 

Author profiles:

Trisha Koch
Trisha is a Manager with Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu. Current at 01 August 2010 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Trisha Koch.
Shelley Westbury
Shelley is the Principal of Deloitte's Global Employer Services team in Brisbane. For the last eight years, Shelley has specialised in international assignment engagements and more specifically within areas relating to compensation and tax planning. Her experience includes employee share and option schemes, superannuation, effective salary packaging in Australia and foreign locations as well as fringe benefits tax consulting. Shelley is also a Registered Migration Agen with the Migration Agent's Registration Authority (MARA) and is a member of the Migration Institute of Australia. Current at 14 June 2006 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Shelley WESTBURY.

This was presented at My Client the Accidental Expat.

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