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Tax Calculators - Australia

Old Jul 18th 2002, 4:04 am
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CCH (one of the main tax publishing houses) have tax calculators that help work out how much tax you will pay when you move to Australia.

You can get to the calculators via this link:
http://www.gomatilda.co.uk/news/arti...?articleid=208

Probably of interest to some ...

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Old Jul 18th 2002, 10:21 am
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Great link Alan, thanks

Can I ask you a quick question about tax? Can I get a TFN while I have no Visa and am
living in the UK? I will soon be employed by an Australian company but resident in
the UK, I will move over once visa's are sorted.

Thanks for any light you can throw on the matter.

Bob

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    > CCH (one of the main tax publishing houses) have tax calculators that help work out
    > how much tax you will pay when you move to Australia.
    >
    > You can get to the calculators via this link:
    > http://www.gomatilda.co.uk/news/arti...?articleid=208
    >
    > Probably of interest to some ...
    >
    > Best regards.
    >
    >
    >
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Old Jul 18th 2002, 10:44 am
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Hi Bob.

You should be able to get a TFN, but until you move to live in Australia you will be taxed on any Australian source income as a non-resident => higher rate of tax than as a resident.

If your employment duties for the Aussie company are performed in the UK I think you'll find that they have an obligation to register their UK presence (ie you) with the UK Inland Revenue so that your salary in the UK is taxed under PAYE, and not under the Aussie regime.

Does this help?



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Old Jul 18th 2002, 3:20 pm
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Alan,

That is great, thanks. Where do I email/write to get the TFN?

I think I should be okay to be taxed in Australia straight away, although it is worse
off for me, as I will only be here for a few weeks (3-4) and only attending training
seminars. Not officially performing work?

"Alan Collett" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hi Bob.
    >
    > You should be able to get a TFN, but until you move to live in Australia you will
    > be taxed on any Australian source income as a non-resident => higher rate of tax
    > than as a resident.
    >
    > If your employment duties for the Aussie company are performed in the UK I think
    > you'll find that they have an obligation to register their UK presence (ie you)
    > with the UK Inland Revenue so that your salary in the UK is taxed under PAYE, and
    > not under the Aussie regime.
    >
    > Does this help?
    >
    >
    >
    > Alan Collett alan-at-gomatilda-dot-com Registered Migration Agent Number 0102534
    > and a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales
    > http://www.gomatilda.com and http://www.collettandco.co.uk
    >
    >
    >
    > --
    > Alan Collett
    >
    > Posted via http://britishexpats.com
 

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