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Tax challenges of an international workforce presentation

Published on 20 Aug 13 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation considers the implications for SME clients dealing with a more mobile workforce, both inbound and outbound. It is designed to address some of the major structuring and taxation considerations that arise when your clients are dealing with the following issues:

  • the importance of residency
  • ??implications on permanent establishment
  • ??employer issues and withholding taxes
  • ??employee remuneration planning.

Author profiles:

Tim Hands CTA
Tim is a partner in the Taxation Services division at Grant Thornton. Tim has over 15 years specialising in corporate and international taxation within professional services and commercial roles. He has spent several years managing an overseas tax desk and is well versed on dealing with international and cross border tax issues. Current at 24 November 2014 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Tim HANDS.
 
Murray Howlett CTA
Murray is a Director of the Taxation and Superannuation Services division of Pilot Partners and has practised as a professional business and taxation adviser since 1993. His focus is on providing specialist taxation expertise to his clients. This includes not just advising on the relevant structures and transactions, but ensuring that advice provided is fully and correctly implemented at the time and in the years that follow. Current at 16 September 2015 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Murray HOWLETT.

This was presented at 2013 Queensland Annual State Convention.

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Part IVA issues for SMEs

Author(s):  Graeme COOPER

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