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03 Sep 12 Taxpayer a resident of Australia while working in Oman - Boer

The AAT has held that the taxpayer was a resident of Australia while working in Oman because his admitted domicile was Australia and he did not have a permanent place of abode outside Australia during that time.

The AAT held that he had no apparent ties to Oman beyond the fact that his employment required him to live, sleep and eat there for a number of consecutive days, after which time he left Oman and invariably returned to Australia, where the majority of his possessions were located: Boer and FCT [2012] AATA 574 (AAT, Hack SC DP, 30 August 2012).

 


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