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International Tax - SME update presentation

Published on 24 Aug 17 by QUEENSLAND DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This presentation covers:

  • concepts of taxable presence
  • some practical considerations for offshore investment
  • after tax returns for Australian investors
  • general observations.

Author profiles

Peter Dunn
Peter is a Director in PwC’s Corporate Taxation Services practice in Brisbane. As a part of the Brisbane Resources, Services and Government Group, his focus is in providing taxation advice to clients in the mining, energy and infrastructure industries with particular emphasis on taxation issues impacting upon inbound and outbound multinational investors (including purchaser and vendor due diligence processes) - Current at 26 May 2008
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Jane Madden
Jane of PricewaterhouseCoopers, is a tax partner with over 20 years experience. She provides advice to startups through to large businesses across a broad range of industries on both Australian and international tax issues including structuring and financing capital investments, restructuring existing operations, funding research, joint venture issues, and ATO negotiations. - Current at 29 November 2017
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This was presented at 2017 Queensland Tax Forum .

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