End of Financial Checklist for Australian Residents and Expats

As we rapidly approach the end of another financial year in Australia, it’s a great time to be looking at whether you should consider your options to reduce your tax liability at home. While we believe that everyone should pay the tax that they are liable for, we don’t expect anybody to have to pay

Canberra Looks to Cut Tall Poppies – Proposed Tax Changes

I, like many other Australian expats still call Australia home, but should this mean that I have to pay tax there regardless of where I may live and work? If the proposed changes in Australia’s most recent Federal Budget are passed, then this may very well be the case. While the 2021 Budget was always

By |2021-05-18T17:07:47+08:00May 18th, 2021|Australian Expats, Tax|0 Comments

Australian Budget 2021 – The Good, the BAD, and the UGLY

Australian Budget 2021 – The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly As was already highlighted, this year’s Australian Federal Budget was always set to be a ‘cash splash’ to secure Australia’s economic recovery as we plan ahead to a post-Covid period. From the simplification of tax residency tests (great news for Australian expats), to tax

Withholding Tax for Australian Expats

Withholding Tax for Australian Expats A common misconception amongst many Australian expats is that if they invest in the Australian stock market whilst a non-resident of Australia for tax purposes, that they will be liable for Capital Gains Tax (CGT) or income tax on their dividends while abroad. In most instances, this is not the

By |2021-05-06T07:26:14+08:00May 6th, 2021|Australian Expats, Tax|0 Comments
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