International tax & business 2018

Your offshore client is moving to Australia - Now what?

Source: QLD

Published Date: 30 Oct 2018


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This paper covers:

  • residency and impact on personally owned assets and Australian residency for taxation purposes
  • temporary residency
  • impact on personally owned assets
  • interests in companies
  • controlled foreign corporation provisions
  • foreign trusts
  • Section 99B
  • timing issues and collapsing structures.

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Your offshore client is moving to Australia - Now what?

Author(s): Hayden Bentley


  • Published By: Hayden Bentley
  • Published On:30 Oct 2018
  • Took place at:Hilton Brisbane, Brisbane

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