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Proving residency - Harder than you think? video


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Publication date: 21 May 15 | Source: NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

Abstract:
This video is a filmed session from the NSW 8th Annual Tax Forum, powerpoint slides are incorporated with the presentation.

This video covers:

  • the distinction between a resident of Australia and a non-resident with particular reference to cases in the last few years
  • residence test for companies, individuals, trusts, self managed superannuation funds and partnerships. What has changed?
  • residence test in double tax agreements
  • non-residents and attribution
  • calculating the 50% CGT discount for non-residents.

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Proving residency - Harder than you think?
Author(s):  Zubair BANGASH

Author profile

Zubair Bangash CTA
Zubair is a Director of Henderson Edelstein, Chartered Accountants which provides professional accounting and tax services to a diverse range of clients in Australia and overseas. With close to 24 years tax experience, including at one large, one mid-tier accounting practice and one large outsource service provider supporting inbound businesses / structures for Multinational Companies, Zubair has provided tax services to numerous clients, including large multi-national companies as well as key clients with overseas operations. In his current role, he assists private and overseas clients with their business activities / tax affairs, ensuring they are compliant for tax and regulatory purposes. - Current at 25 January 2018
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This was presented at NSW 8th Annual Tax Forum .

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