Australian Budget 2015

Daniel Wilkie   |   13 May 2015   |   1 min read

On 12 May 2015, the Treasurer Mr Hockey handed down the 2015-16 Federal Budget. The Budget Papers predict a deficit of $35bn next year, down to a $6.9bn deficit in another 3 years’ time in 2018-19.

From a taxation point of view, the Budget contained some important changes relevant to our clients in the area of small business and residency. Other reforms included well publicized changes in relation to taxation of multinationals.

Click here to read the highlights.

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2015 Budget Brief – Australian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong

Matthew Marcarian   |   4 May 2015   |   2 min read

Join us at AustCham’s Federal Budget Brief to hear from an expert line up of speakers who will discuss the implications of the 2015-16 Federal Budget.

This seminar will include a review of the highlights of the budget – the good, the bad and the ugly, as well as the major impacts on tax payers and expats specifically. It will also cover the tax issues surrounding expats who plan to return to Australia, including the key points to consider when making the move and effective tax strategies.

About the speakers:
John Marcarian   CEO, Founder of CST Tax Advisors
John is a highly experienced accountant and Tax Advisor whose passion is to serve global expats. He has over 25 years’ experience in international taxation and is a sought after speaker on tax and business matters. John is also the author of Expatland.

Simon DePaoli   Tax Director of CST Tax Advisors Hong Kong
Simon’s focus is to provide International taxation advice for high-net wealth individuals looking to depart and to return to their home country, asset protection and family structuring including Hong Kong company setup and incorporation.

Ato Cheng   Director, International Clients of ABN AMRO
Ato joined ABN AMRO Private Bank N.V. Hong Kong in April 2014. Before joining ABN AMRO, Ato was an Associate of ANZ, Singapore. She has a Bachelor of Commerce from the Curtin University, Australia and an IBFA in Singapore.

Date:
Thursday, 14th May 2015, 6:00pm

Venue:   
AustCham Business Centre
3/F, Lucky Building, 39 Wellington Street, Central

To register for this event please click here.

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