Departing Australia Tax Review

Our Departing Australia Tax Review is designed to provide high-level international tax advice to executives who are moving abroad to live and work for the first time.

Key areas covered in the Departing Australia Tax Review include:

  • Advice regarding how your change of Australian tax residence impacts your assets
  • The tax implications that arise on becoming a non-resident
  • How your house, Australian investment properties or financial investments are treated when you become a non-resident are explained.

How We Deliver The Departing Australia Tax Review


We begin by asking you to complete our Fact Finder. The Fact Finder asks you to identify your financial situation including your assets and investments, how they are owned and your financial goals.


After reviewing your Fact Finder, one of our team will meet with you to discuss your individual circumstances and highlight tax opportunities, strategies and risks which may be relevant to you.


Following your Tax Review meeting, we will prepare a written summary covering the issues discussed in your meeting, any additional work required or action points that need addressing.


As part of your tax review, we will raise areas which we believe you need to obtain further advice on from Tax Advisors who specialise in the tax system of the country you are moving to. Where required, we can assist you to obtain the necessary advice by seeking assistance from our international associates.


In providing you with specialist tax advice, we will get to know your tax situation in detail. Armed with this knowledge, we are best placed to take responsibility of your ongoing tax obligations in Australia, if you choose to appoint us as your tax agent.

Move abroad with confidence!

Our team will clarify the impact your move abroad will have on your tax position
so you can plan and move with confidence.

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