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My Client the Expatriate presentation

Published on 31 Jul 03 by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers the following topics:
- residence issues (inbound and outbound)
- new rules for temporary workers
- Section 23AG
- CGT
- living away from home allowances
- super.

This presentation was accompanied by a paper of the same name presented by Paul Ellis on 28 March 2003 at the 17th National Convention in Adelaide. Click here to view the paper.

Author profiles:

Peter HILLS
Peter specialises in taxation consulting and leads the Ernst & Young Human Capital Team, which focuses on employment taxes including expatriates, fringe benefits tax and salary packaging. Peter has 13 years consulting experience and liaises with clients to discuss and plan the transfer of expatriates to and from Australia. He has a number of years experience in advising on expatriates packages and assisting with structuring tax effective packages for income tax and FBT purposes.

Current at 13 June 2003 Current at 11 May 2010
 

Sheree DE CELIS
Sheree specialises in taxation consulting and is a key member of the Ernst & Young Human Capital Team, which focuses on employment taxes including expatriates, FBT and salary packaging. Sheree has nine years consulting experience and liaises with corporate employers and expatriates to ensure that all the compliance obligations of both parties are satisfied. She has a number of years experience in advising on effective packages for expatriates and has assisted with structuring packages that are effective for income tax and FBT purposes.

Current at 15 October 2008 Current at 27 April 2009

 

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My Client the Expatriate

Author(s):  Peter HILLS,  Sheree DE CELIS

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