Published on 28 Mar 03
by NATIONAL EVENTS, TAXATION INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA
This presentation covers the issues with residents leaving Australia to work overseas either temporarily or permanently. Similar issues with non-residents seeking permanent or temporary residence in Australia will be covered.
Specifically the presentation examines:
- residency: when does it start and stop?
- superannuation issues and retirement planning
- tax planning for international assignments
- temporary residents regime.
An updated version of this presentation was given by Peter Hills and Sheree De Celis at the My Client the Expatriate seminar held in Perth on 31 July 2003. Click here to view that presentation.
Paulis a Partner in the Human Capital Practice at EY, specialising in employment related taxation and is the National leader of EY’s employment tax practice. He advises a large range of Australian and foreign companies on domestic and international employment related tax issues. Paul has extensive experience in advising employers on a wide range of remuneration related matters. His areas of expertise include remuneration packaging, employment taxes and charges (including FBT, payroll tax, workers compensation and superannuation) and the structuring and implementation of equity and other employee incentive plans.
- Current at
21 June 2017