29/7/10 Expatriate Tax Seminar with Geoff Taylor from Majenda Online, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Thursday 29 July 2010
6:00pm - 7:30pm
FREE EVENT - Reserve your space now as seats are limited!
This event is being held in conjunction with the Australian Human Resources Institute International Human Resources Management Specialist Area Network
***You can download the
1MB Expatriate Tax Seminar Presentation PDF by Geoff Taylor here***
On 24 May 2010, Karine Pham, our Newcomers Network Sydney Representative suggested that we host a seminar on Expatriate Tax. This amazing woman has organised Geoff Taylor (one of our advertisers from Majenda Online http://www.majenda.com) to come to Melbourne on 29 July to run the FREE session here. He will cover:
1. What deductions can I claim? e.g. travel, home office, laptop, donations etc.
2. What income is taxable? e.g. is overseas income taxable in Australia?
3. Which countries have Double Tax Agreements with Australia and how do they work?
4. How much tax will I have to pay?
5. Can I get access to my superannuation if I return to my home country? If so, is there any tax payable?
6. Is there any tax on overseas capital transfers?
7. What investments can I buy while I am in Australia?
Sue Ellson, Founder and Director of Newcomers Network
Mobile/Cell Phone 0402 243 271
Geoff Taylor, Managing Director of Majenda Online
Mobile/Cell Phone 0418 607 768
Rialto Towers Theatrette
525 Collins Street (near King Street)
Melbourne Victoria 3000
Melways map 1A ref C9
18:00 - 19:30 (6:00pm - 7:30pm)
See the Metlink Melbourne website for public transport details. The venue is closest to Southern Cross Railway Station. The nearest trams travel along Collins Street, Spencer Street and Flinders Street.
There is no cost to attend this event. But you must register to attend.
You can purchase refreshments from the bar or have your own refreshments either before the event or perhaps afterwards with some of the other guests (pay for your own).
7. This event is designed for
People who have moved to Melbourne, especially if they are expatriates! This includes expatriates, skilled migrants, international students, partners and family members.
It is also useful information for Human Resources Professionals, expatriate consultants and advisors, migration consultants and lawyers, accountants and students.
This event was hosted in Sydney on 24/6/10 and 8/7/10
8. Event Description
This event is designed to provide you with some basic information about expatriate tax to help you navigate this complex area. Geoff will go through some general principles and have time available at the end to discuss more specific circumstances with you personally. Other advisors may also be in the audience for you to speak to.
We can host up to 130 guests, so please book early to avoid disappointment. On 22/7/10 we already have nearly 70 guests booked to attend.
9. On arrival
You will be given a name tag and can start networking with the other guests. The presentation will commence at 6:15pm.
10. How to tell us you are coming
Alternatively, if you prefer, you can send an email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org or register on the AHRI website at https://www.ahri.com.au/scripts/cgiip.exe/WService=AHRI-LIVE/ccms.r?PageID=16&CalendarCmd=Event&EventID=0x0d9da5a1
We look forward to meeting you!
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Links on this Expatriate Tax Seminar Page
AHRI Expatriate Tax Seminar
Last update: 23rd July 2010