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Estate Planning – Australian Residents with Foreign Assets

Published on 06 Sep 2011 | Took place at Swissotel, Sydney , NSW

In an increasingly globalised world, it is common for Australians to own shares or real estate in other countries and in many of those countries death is a taxing point. Consequently, practitioners need to be aware of the issues created by ownership of foreign assets.

This event covered the following:

  • domicile, situs and other connecting factors or did Paul Hogan make the right choice?
  • taxes and duties
  • are you sure that it is a tax haven?
  • one will or multiple wills?
  • choose your executor wisely
  • forced heirship, family provisions and the like renvoi and double renvoi - Why you need to care about these obscure concepts.

This event was also run in Parramatta on 1 September 2011.

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Individual sessions

Tax update - September 2011

Author(s):  Peter Cohilj

This presentation covers:

  • the taxpayer and CofT
  • Mynott and CofT
  • TD 2011/21
  • Reglon Pty Ltd v CofT
  • Player v CofT.
Materials from this session:

Estate planning Australian residents with foreign assets

Author(s):  John BALAZS

This presentation covers:

  • connecting factors
  • death and taxes
  • practical issues
  • other matters.
Materials from this session: