Tax issues with relocating or returning to Australia. 30 August 2022
Hall & Wilcox
347 Kent Street
Sydney NSW 2000
STEP NSW Branch invites you to a seminar with Frank Hinoporos and Todd Bromwich of Hall & Wilcox.
In an increasingly mobile world, more high-wealth individuals are choosing Australia as their primary country of residence. How they go about relocating to Australia, and how they structure their affairs before and after relocating, can have significant and varying tax implications. In this session, Frank Hinoporos and Todd Bromwich from Hall & Wilcox will cover some of the key considerations for individuals relocating or returning to Australia, including:
Australian tax residency and tax treaty ‘tiebreaker’ rules;
- Transitioning to or recommencing Australian residency and tax implications for domestic and foreign assets, including the application of Subdivision 104-I and Division 855;
- Foreign income and repatriating money from overseas to Australia, including practical issues and compliance risks;
- Transferring of foreign superannuation balances;
- Overseas trusts and section 99B; and
- Foreign entities brought within the Australian tax net – what are they for Australian tax purposes?
As this seminar has the option of 'in-person attendance' or 'remote attendance', please ensure you select the correct ticket type when registering for the event.
In-person attendees are invited to stay after the presentation for networking.
For further information or assistance, please contact Amy Howells - at [email protected]
Please note: If you are attending by live stream, the link to join the live stream will be sent to each ticket holder via email four hours before this event through the Eventbrite system.
This seminar will be recorded and the recording will be sent to registered attendees within seven days of the seminar.
Important reminder: To ensure you don't miss out on receiving the Zoom link, please ensure your email address is correct before confirming the ticket order.