Miscellaneous 2009

Australia's double tax agreements

Source: New South Wales

Published Date: 22 Jul 2009


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This paper covers topics such as:

  • what is a DTA?
  • the broad principles applied under the Allocation Articles
  • what are the taxes covered by the DTA?
  • is the taxpayer covered by the DTA?
  • business profits
  • passive income
  • annuities and pensions
  • what methods are there in place to avoid double taxation?
  • what procedures are in place to assist in the effective administration of cross-border


  • Published By: Robert Deutsch CTA
  • Published On:22 Jul 2009
  • Took place at:Swissotel, Sydney

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Miscellaneous 2009

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