Undertaking short to medium term consulting projects in foreign countries can give rise to tax obligations for consultants, both in the foreign country where the work is performed and in their home country.
Understanding and quantifying these tax obligations requires consideration of the consultant’s personal circumstances, such as the location of family and assets, as well as the tax laws of the countries in which they have worked.
We have extensive experience managing the tax obligations of high-performing individuals with global careers. We can help you develop a robust tax strategy taking into account residence, sources of income, business structure and the location of family, business and personal assets.
Residency is an area of particular interest to us, having provided pre and post immigration advice to a number of individuals moving into and out of Australia.