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Expatriates and international assignees – A tax guide for an employer’s first time paper


This paper covers:

  • international tax framework
  • outbound from Australia – key considerations
  • inbound to Australia – key considerations.

Author profiles

Hayley Lock
Hayley is the Partner leading KPMG’s Specialist Tax and Reward practice in Brisbane. She works with her clients at KPMG to help ensure they can recruit, develop and retain talented people – particularly senior executives and expatriates. Hayley has over 15 years’ experience both in commerce and within professional services providing advice on a range of taxation matters, from salary packaging through to how to manage a payroll tax audit. Hayley has been involved in the development of several automation tools and software products that focus on achieving efficiencies and reducing effort to manage tax risk. Over the last 18 months’ Hayley and her team have also provided assistance to clients on a wide range of COVID-19 tax matters including JobKeeper and access to other incentives and concessions. Hayley is a current member of the ATO’s FBT sub-committee. - Current at 28 July 2021
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Melissa Rowbottom
Melissa is a Chartered Accountant and the Global Mobility Tax Lead (Asiapac) at Hatch Pty Ltd. Melissa began her career in professional services with PwC in Sydney. She has over 10 years experience working with clients to address the complex employment tax issues associated with moving individuals across international markets. Melissa has worked with clients across a wide range of industries assisting them to enter and set up operations in new locations. Melissa has gained expertise in a mixture of tax jurisdictions and has worked with PwC in the UK and US, developing a strong expatriate tax focus in these countries and a global outlook. Now working with Hatch, Melissa has the opportunity to practically apply her international tax experience to the challenges faced by the resources industry on a day-to-day basis. - Current at 12 April 2017


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