Date: Wednesday 27th February 2019
Venue: St. James’s Place Singapore Office
1 Raffles Place, #15-61 One Raffles Place Tower 2, Singapore 048616
The Australian Budget has been strategically brought forward to the 2nd of April and the Coalition is preparing for a tough battle at the Polls in May. Labor has proposed several changes which may result in an implementation of 30% tax for beneficiaries of discretionary trusts, removing franking credit refunds and reducing the amount to be contributed to Superannuation. Tristan Perry, Head of Tax - Australia, has examined these proposed changes, and shared an update on the Coalitions’ capital gains tax principal place of residence changes.
Tristan is an Australian registered Chartered Accountant and Australian tax agent. He has been working in Australian Tax since 2004, specialising in Australian expatriates and repatriation planning, intended migrants, private clients and retirement planning. His 14 years’ experience includes 7 years of working in one of Australia’s top private client and family office firms, together with nearly 2 years in managing a large expatriate and foreign investor tax practice in Singapore.
Wine by Berry Bros. & Rudd and cheese by The Cheese Artisans was provided.
The levels and bases of taxation and reliefs from taxation can change at any time and are dependent on individual circumstances.