Double Tax Agreements

How to approach DTAs and apply them to real life situations

 

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When DTAs need to be considered
A practical guide to interpreting and applying DTAs
The exemptions and concessions contained in many DTAs

  

 International tax issues can be incredibly complex as you often need to consider Australian tax rules as well as the application of one or more foreign tax systems. In many cases it will also be necessary to work through the provisions of a double tax agreement (DTA) that Australia has with a foreign country. As DTAs generally override Australian tax rules, it is vital to ensure that you and your team are confident when it comes to working through DTAs.

 

Who should attend?

Any accountant with clients who have foreign income or assets or who have cross border dealings.

 

 

 

 

Recorded 22 March 2019

 

  • Working through the tie-breaker tests when someone is a resident of two countries for tax purposes
  • How to determine where business profits can (and cannot) be taxed
  • Taxation of employment income, including special exemptions that often apply for short-term assignments
  • How to determine which withholding rates apply to dividends, interest and royalties, including situations where no tax is payable
  • Special tax rules for pensions, government service, directors fees and consulting income

Our Presenter

Michael Carruthers

Tax Director, Knowledge Shop

Michael Carruthers Director Knowledge Shop

Michael oversees the development of the tax team for Knowledge Shop and Hayes Knight in Sydney and is head of the Hayes Knight group’s national tax committee. 

 

Michael has a knack for seeing through the complexity and helping practitioners work through highly technical issues with certainty and accuracy. 

 

He is a member of the advisory panel for the Board of Taxation and is a member of the reference group for the Board of Taxation’s review of small business concessions. He was also an expert panel member for the Board's review of tax impediments facing small business. Michael was the 2016 Thought Leader of the Year at the Australian Accounting Awards.

 

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