International tax & business 2017

Inbound tax for SMEs

Source: Western Australia

Published Date: 13 Sep 2017


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This paper covers:

  • stage one " land ahoy!
  • stage two " taxable income of a PE
  • stage three " incorporating a subsidiary
  • stage four " CGT on exit
  • DTA Article 5 " permanent establishment
  • GST " supplies connected with Australia
  • PAYG withholding
  • residence of an individual
  • transfer pricing " PE attribution rules
  • simplified transfer pricing guidelines.


  • Published By: Sean Neary FTI
  • Published On:13 Sep 2017
  • Took place at:City West Receptions, West Perth

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