Taxing executives and professionals working offshore
26 August 2015
Professional advisers, Tax and revenue, Tax disputes
Tax residency has become an increasingly contentious area of law for individuals living and working overseas as it becomes as an area of increased audit activity for the ATO.
This paper looks at the basic rules around income, fringe benefits and superannuation and the principles around tax residence in the light of recent decisions.
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