53 minutes | Oct 21, 2021

[ HTJ Podcast ] WEBINAR US AUSTRALIA TAXES FOR EXPATS

Things to Know About Expat Taxes in Australia..
About this event
Taxes can be intimidating and confusing. Fortunately, there are experts to help demystify the constantly evolving tax landscape.
Join this discussion of the U.S and Australia’s critical tax rules and learn how you can legally minimize your tax burden internationally.
Our Speakers:
Tony Anamourlis (CTA) (SSA) - PRINCIPAL DIRECTOR ABBOTT & MOURLY
Tony obtained his Law degree from the University of New England and the College of Law respectively and also holds a Master of Laws. He was admitted to practice in the New South Wales Supreme Court and subsequently admitted in Victoria, Queensland , Western Australia and in the New Zealand High Court. Following completion of his Articles with a Victorian Law firm, he undertook various advanced lecturing roles in the areas of commercial law and tax law at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. He has also presented at leading domestic and international tax conferences.
Tony was a former tax lecturer in charge and chief examiner of the tax unit at Master’s level at Latrobe University. In addition Tony is also currently undertaking research on Globalising Tax Information Exchange Agreements between Tax Havens and Non Tax Havens and continues to research and write in current commercial, international and domestic tax issues.
As part of his research, complementing his tax and commercial practice for last 20 years, Tony’s main focus is on commercial and tax where he provides realistic advice with commercial outcomes. Tony’s research and practice interests includes but not limited to areas of domestic tax, structured business advice, Tax Compliance, Tax Affect Accounting, Transfer Pricing, Capital Gains Tax, Trusts, Tax Administration, Tax Litigation, General Commercial matters, Reconstructions, Corporate Insolvency and Corporate Governance.
Prior to engaging in legal practice and academia, Tony was employed as a tax and compliance manager and was employed to various CPA and Chartered Accounting firms, dealing with various complex tax and compliance issues.
In addition, during Tony's spare time he is active in providing his services on a pro bono basis to disadvantaged and underprivileged persons in society and also attends charitable /fundraising events for disadvantaged children.
Derren Joseph- International Tax for Private Clients, Global Mobility, & Cross-Border Investors (US, UK, & SE Asia)
Derren is an EA (Enrolled Agent - license # 00100858-EA) who has been admitted to practice before the IRS and is an associate member of the American Institute of CPAs (#7920958).
He is the author of "Taxes for International Entrepreneurs and Ex-pats: Proven Principles for Legally Reducing Taxes” (https://www.amazon.com/author/derrenjoseph).
A Partner in Hayden T Joseph & Co. (DBA "Advanced American Tax") also a member of the International Tax Team at Moores Rowland Asia Pacific, with over 30 offices in 11 Asian countries.
He has 2 Masters degrees in Economics. A Certified Diploma from ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants in the UK), done Executive Education with Columbia Business School. He has completed Advanced Tax coursework at both New York University and the University of London.
Derren enjoys writing and giving seminars.
He had his views published in the Singapore Business Review, Forbes Asia, the American Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia, the International Business Structuring Association (in the UK), Offshore Alert.
He also has given seminars on tax issues in the U.S., Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, The Philippines, Hong Kong, and the Caribbean.
NOTES:
1. Link for this event: https://www.facebook.com/htj.tax/live/
2. Submit questions in advance - Hanna@AdvancedAmericanTax.com
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