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Recent Changes in Expatriate Taxation - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly paper

Published on 13 Jun 06 by VICTORIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Topics covered in this seminar paper include:

A new class of taxpayer - the temporary resident:

  • outline of the new reules which will apply from 1 July 2006
  • history and purpose of the rules
  • affected individuals
  • Australian tax implications of being a temporary resident
  • implications of ceasing to be a temporary resident
  • impact on employers
  • potential impact of the Federal Budget

Short Term Business Travellers: 

  • current trends
  • benefits and risks of short term business travel
  • employer obligations
  • issues for employees 

Author profiles:

Sarah Lane
Sarah is a Partner with Deloitte. She has over 15 years specialist experience and advises multinational companies and their ´cross-border’ employees on the tax issues that arise for the company and the individual as a consequence of global deployment. Assisting expatriates both entering and leaving Australia, she advises on employee incentive schemes, termination payments, global retirement tax scenarios and tax residence issues. Sarah is frequently asked to assist companies in structuring remuneration packages for tax effectiveness to attract senior foreign executives who are considering a position with an Australian company Current at 22 June 2009 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Sarah LANE.
 
Paul Rubinstein ATI
Paul is a Partner with Deloitte. Current at 02 February 2009 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Paul RUBINSTEIN.
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