Advisory Services - Business - Doing business in Australia
- Am I required to establish an entity in Australia from which to trade, if so what type?
- Will I have an Australian establishment from which my business would trade?
- Should I set up a branch or subsidiary of my overseas business?
- Am I supplying goods or services to Australia?
- What tax issues and business registrations do I need to consider?
- How do I set up an Australian business?
- What are my obligations as an employer and the employee’s taxation requirements?
- What are my responsibilities as a business owner?
- What are my responsibilities?
- Any other factors that I would need to consider when doing business in Australia?
If you are looking to do business in Australia and would like a fixed fee proposal from a firm of Australian tax advisors that understands the issues affecting expats living and doing business overseas please complete our online enquiry via our contact us button or by calling a GM Tax office closest to you.
Once again tax residency is fundamental to determine who has taxing rights over the Australian business profits.
For Sole Traders and Directors a person’s individual residency can affect the residency of the business.
If you are looking to do business in Australia I would recommend that you obtain professional advice to go through your options.
We at GM Tax provide fixed fee quotes for advisory work and tax returns
If you are looking to do business in Australia or have recently done business with Australia – and would like a fixed fee proposal from a firm of Australian tax advisors that understands the issues affecting expats living and doing business overseas please complete our online enquiry via our home page or by calling a GM Tax office closest to you.
GM Tax also offers the following services:
- Advice on business structures, including an Australian branch, a new limited company in Australia, or setting up a business using a family trust structure.
- Preparation of tax returns, with all returns electronically lodged where possible.
- Setting up a business in Australia, and registering the same with the Australian Taxation Office and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (the company regulator in Australia)
- Maintenance of accounting records including monthly bookkeeping, completion and submission of activity statements
- Preparation of end of financial year accounts and associated business tax returns
- Operation of local payroll, including Australia’s compulsory superannuation requirements and submission of end of tax year payroll returns to the Australian Taxation Office.
- Advice on salary packaging for executives and employees, with regards to Australian visa requirements and optimising remuneration.