Published on 31 Aug 04
by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This presentation covers the following topics:
- branch v subsidiary - consequences/pros & cons
- financing the expansion including debt/equity rules
- bring the profits back to Australia
- foreign exchange issues in practice
- transfer pricing
- GST issues
- resident vs non-resident
- source of income and CGT - trends in recent treaties
- exemptions - treaty relief
- PAYG withholding requirements
- superannuation changes
- other tax issues - payroll tax, FBT, FIFs and SGC
- immigration/Medicare/private health insurance issues.
Jason is a Director in the Adelaide office of PricewaterhouseCoopers, and previously
worked in the firm's Melbourne office.
Jason has 10 years experience in advising on tax consulting and compliance work, including
income tax, capital gains tax and international tax. He has considerable experience in advising clients on technical aspects and planning opportunities for their business operations and specific transactions. Jason has advised clients on the tax issues and structuring of cross border investments, as well as assisting with the ongoing international tax and compliance obligations of international investment.
Current at 30 July 2004
Michael's background is in taxation and international human resources. Prior to establishing International Mobility, Michael was most recently a Director in PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) specialising in this area. He spent the last five years as an expatriate in London working for PwC and has a first hand understanding of many of issues faced whilst on international assignment. Michael has over 13 years of experience and specialises in advising organisations on their international assignments including taxation and social security planning and consulting, structuring of remuneration and benefits, international assignment policy design and implementation, and superannuation planning to and from Australia. He has also appeared before the Senate Select Committee on the impact of superannuation/pension arrangements on the expatriate workforce and has written a number of submissions to the Australian Taxation Office. Michael is a consultant to PFA Chartered Accountants.
Current at 30 July 2004
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