Returning to Australia Tax Review

 

Designed to provide high level summary advice to Australian expats returning home, the aim of the review is to ensure there are no surprises once you’ve made the move.

Key areas covered in the Returning to Australia Tax Review include:

  • the manner in which your assets and liabilities are held
  • how to structure your physical and financial assets in order to minimise your risk
  • what tax obligations you will have upon returning to Australia
 
 

HOW WE DELIVER THE TAX REVIEW

 
 

FIND THE FACTS


We begin by asking you to complete our Fact Finder. The Fact Finder asks you to identify your financial situation including your assets and investments, how they are owned and your financial goals.

 

MEET WITH US


After reviewing your Fact Finder, one of our team will meet with you to discuss your individual circumstances and highlight tax opportunities, strategies and risks which may be relevant to you.

 

ADVICE SUMMARY


Following your Tax Review meeting, we will prepare a written summary covering the issues discussed in your meeting, any additional work required or action points that need addressing.

 

TAX OBLIGATIONS


In providing you with specialist tax advice, we will get to know your tax situation in detail. Armed with this knowledge, we are best placed to take responsibility of your ongoing tax obligations in Australia, if you choose to appoint us as your tax agent.

 

RETURN HOME WITH PEACE OF MIND

We will help you plan your move home so you can rest assured that there will be no surprises once you arrive.

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NEWS AND UPDATES

 

Potential Changes To Australia’s Personal Tax Residency Laws


16th Mar 2022
Matthew Marcarian

On 11 May 2021, the Australian Government announced that it is considering replacing Australia’s existing residency rules with a new ‘modernised framework’ This update is intended to be...

 

The New Requirement for Director IDs


10th Dec 2021
Daniel Wilkie

In June 2020 new legislation was passed that changes how directors are required to identify themselves This change was the first step made in an effort to modernise business registrations It means...

 

COVID-19 Financial Support for Individuals and Businesses – August 2021 Update


23rd Aug 2021
Daniel Wilkie

While the Federal Government’s Jobkeeper and Cash Flow Boost have wrapped up, the ongoing pandemic and resulting lockdowns continue This means that businesses and individuals right across the...

 

Potential Changes To Australia’s Personal Tax Residency Laws


16th Mar 2022
Matthew Marcarian

On 11 May 2021, the Australian Government announced that it is considering replacing Australia’s existing residency rules with a new ‘modernised...

 

The New Requirement for Director IDs


10th Dec 2021
Daniel Wilkie

In June 2020 new legislation was passed that changes how directors are required to identify themselves This change was the first step made in an...

 

COVID-19 Financial Support for Individuals and Businesses – August 2021 Update


23rd Aug 2021
Daniel Wilkie

While the Federal Government’s Jobkeeper and Cash Flow Boost have wrapped up, the ongoing pandemic and resulting lockdowns continue This means...