Australian tax for foreign residents

Published Date: 5 Sep 2023


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Various taxes at both a state and federal level are specifically targeted at non-Australian residents. When considering these taxes, regard must be had not only to the domestic legislation but also the interaction with various international agreements, including any relevant double tax agreements.

This session covers:

  • Provide a foundational overview of the taxation of foreign residents in Australia, both with regard to inbound and outbound investment
  • Discuss the tests for determining residency
  • Consider key updates in this area over the past few years; and
  • Consider the interaction of double tax agreements with federal and state taxes.


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