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Current issues in expatriate taxation and immigration

Published on 01 Aug 08 by "TAXATION IN AUSTRALIA" JOURNAL ARTICLE

Cross-border travel for work is on the increase, caused by increasing globalisation of business and the need for companies to source talent and labour in new ways. While the promise of overseas skilled manpower is highly appealing, companies need to be aware of the complex requirements of the Australian immigration and taxation rules, and to remain compliant to retain their reputation as a responsible organisation.

Author profiles:

Sarah Lane
Sarah is a Partner with Deloitte. She has over 15 years specialist experience and advises multinational companies and their ´cross-border’ employees on the tax issues that arise for the company and the individual as a consequence of global deployment. Assisting expatriates both entering and leaving Australia, she advises on employee incentive schemes, termination payments, global retirement tax scenarios and tax residence issues. Sarah is frequently asked to assist companies in structuring remuneration packages for tax effectiveness to attract senior foreign executives who are considering a position with an Australian company Current at 22 June 2009 Click here to expand/collapse more articles by Sarah LANE.
 
Ana MATISAN
Ana is a Senior Analyst with Deloitte
Current at August 2008
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