Tax Residency: Are you a Tax Resident of Australia?
Whether you are a tax resident of Australia is a tricky question to navigate come tax time. Tricky in the sense that if the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) asks whether you are a tax resident of Australia, what do you say?
For many it may come as a shock to know that this question is not a straightforward question, particularly if you are an Australian expatriate.
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