Fletch Heinemann on double tax agreements
05 September 2017
Tax and revenue, Tax disputes
In this video, CGW Partner Fletch Heinemann discusses double tax agreements. Watch now to learn more about how double tax agreements can affect Australian expats.
Q1 – 0:06 – I’m an Australian expat. What do I need to know about double tax agreements?
Q2 – 1:06 – When do double tax agreements apply?
Q3 – 2:12 – What does the residency article in the double tax agreement do?
Q4 – 3:15 – What evidence should I keep?
Q5 – 4:19 – What are the other tests?
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