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The consequences flowing from employing expatriates to work in your Australian operations

Published on 14 Oct 02 by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This powerpoint presentation discusses tax and other risks for employers associated with inbound and outbound expatriates, and the much anticipated possibility of legislative change in audit activity and immigration matters.

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John Fauvet
John is a Partner in the International Assignments Solutions (IAS) practice and has over 25 years experience in advising clients on their International and Australian tax affairs. John specialises in helping clients manage the complexities of their expatriates' movements in and out of Australia, helping to create or refine expatriate policies and mitigate both personal and corporate liabilities. Current at 11 April 2007
 

This was presented at First Class Ticket to Cross Border Taxation.

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