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New Migrants & Expatriates
We can help you to determine and plan for your tax resident status when you plan to depart or arrive Australia.
Your tax residency is vital to your income tax. If you are an Australian tax resident, then you will be taxed globally from ATO.
We can go through a few ATO tests with you.
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For Australian tax purposes, a person may be considered a resident of Australia, despite
living permanently abroad, if the individual intends to return to Australia and visits Australia
for part of the year as part of the regular order of their life. Conversely, a person may also be
considered a resident of Australia if they maintain a home in Australia where their family
lives and where they spend time while in Australia, even though they are absent from the
country for large parts of the year (e.g. a pilot, ship’s captain or contract worker).
The next test is generally referred to as the constructive residence or 183-day test.
Under this test, residence in Australia is attributed to a person who is actually present in
Australia, whether continuously or intermittently, for a total period of more than half the
year of income (1 July to 30 June), unless it can be established the person’s usual place of
abode is outside Australia and that there is no intention to take up residence here.
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