Published on 14 Mar 18
by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper covers the key elements of the international tax and social security framework that employers need to consider when sending employees from Australia to work temporarily overseas (outbounds) or when receiving employees from overseas to work temporarily in Australia (inbounds).
Mardi is a Director in KPMG Sydney’s Equity Based Compensation practice. She has more than 9 years experience
advising companies on the tax treatment of employee share schemes. Mardi has experience in advising private
companies on long term incentive arrangements and has particular experience in advising multinational
corporations on equity based compensation plans and the cross-border tax implications for expatriate participants.
Mardi has advised numerous clients on the employer reporting obligations in relation to employee share schemes,
including the tools available from the Australian Taxation Office that can aid the preparation of employee share
scheme statements and the annual report.
- Current at
14 October 2011