Published on 21 Nov 14
by SOUTH AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper covers:
what is the nature of the business and where will activity be undertaken?
selection of business entities depends on Australian and local laws
where will the entity have a taxable presence?
consider the foreign tax regime - interaction with Australian CFC and attribution laws – what will the re-write bring?
repatriation of foreign profits
indirect tax impacts (VAT, GST) can be significant and affect business plans
transfer pricing compliance and planning – how will this be undertaken and what are the risks with Australian and local revenue authorities?
Daisy Abbas CTA
Daisy joined Grant Thornton in 2007 after two years with a “Big 4” accounting firm. As a tax specialist, Daisy focuses on corporate and international tax issues for listed and large private companies.
She drives optimal taxation outcomes for clients in tax advisory including structuring, international tax planning and remuneration. Daisy also assists clients with their compliance obligations, particularly in the areas of income tax and fringe benefits tax. Current at 01 June 2016
The Tax Institute is a Recognised Tax Agent Association (RTAA) under the Tax Agent Services Regulations 2009.
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