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Assisting non-resident clients roadshow workbook and solutions paper


This paper is aimed at practitioners who want to assist their SME clients who are:

  • considering establishing a business in Australia
  • wanting to employ overseas workers, or
  • high net worth individuals, business migrants or investors who are coming to Australia to work.

In relation to businesses, this paper specifically covers:

  • Understanding the basics of setting up business in Australia
    • Australian tax treatment of foreign residents
    • tax residency and source of income
    • tax treaties
    • key tax exemptions and concessions
    • permanent establishment issues
    • forex issues
    • transfer pricing
    • funding Australian operations, including debt equity and thin capitalisation; repatriation of profits
    • withholding taxes
    • indirect tax (GST, stamp duty)
    • tax compliance obligations
    • Substituted Accounting Period applications
    • tax risk management and corporate governance
  • Entity choices
    • what are the options?
    • pros and cons of each structure
    • how to choose the correct one
    • the implications and tax effects of choosing one over another
    • implications for foreign resident investors in different entities
  • Disposal of Australian business
    • Australian Capital Gains Tax (CGT)
    • capital revenue distinction
    • asset vs. share disposal
    • tax planning for exit
  • Employer issues
    • staff tax residency
    • LAFHA changes
    • non-resident withholding tax
    • income source issue
    • Fringe Benefits tax
    • compulsory superannuation
    • social security treaties
    • tax treaties
    • tax compliance obligations/directors duties

In relation to individuals, this paper specifically covers:

  • Employee issues
    • resident vs. temporary resident
    • expat tax
    • residency and visa issues
    • migration of assets
    • assets left overseas
    • treaty issues (dual residency)
    • foreign income tax offsets
    • residency challenges associated with mobile workers
    • tax compliance obligations.

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UHY Haines Norton
UHY Haines Norton is an association of independent firms in Australia and New Zealand with a global reach via UHY International.Currently they have offices in 8 major centres across Australia and New Zealand and have created a successful and unique approach to your business, organisation and personal needs.They are also committed to the development, training and learning strategies to bring out the best in their people. They encourage them to excel and impact positively on with clients and the community.


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