The Changing Face of Tax Residence Webinar Series



The infamous 'Diamond' case has been decided by the court of appeal in favour of the taxpayer.

How does the 'Diamond' case impact the tax residence status of your clients?  What are the flow on effects?  How will the IRD respond?

Do you act for companies or trusts where a change in tax residence would have a massive impact?

T
ax residence has been in the spot light recently, with it being the focus of nationwide audit activity, litigation and the publication of the Inland Revenue policy statement  IS 14/01.

Accurate classification of an entities tax residency is an important part of tax practice and the correctness of residency status has a profound effect on a taxpayers tax obligations in New Zealand and elsewhere.

This 3 hour practical webinar series will work through the law on tax residency including the impact of IS 14/01 and the Diamond litigation. 
James will also discuss the impact of the Vinelight case.

It will then work through a number of scenarios and highlight whether/ how the recent decisions will impact the process of determining tax residence. 

The areas covered will include:
•         Developments in personal residency.
•         Tax treaties and how they work.
•         Migrants to New Zealand and the impact of the transitional resident rules.
•         Corporate tax residence and how to deal with trusts when trustees or settlors are migrating.


 This is the course for anyone who deals with individuals, trusts or companies where tax residence is questionable. 

Webinar Dates
On-Demand  from the 18th March
   
Presenter
James Coleman, Barrister, Terrace Chambers.

  
James is a specialist tax barrister. He has nearly 30 years’ experience in tax litigation, disputes and opinion work. He has appeared as counsel in over 135 tax cases, which is likely to be the largest number of reported tax cases than any other tax barrister in New Zealand. He has been at the independent bar as a barrister since 2006 and acts for major corporates, insurers and others across the full spectrum of tax work. He is counsel on the Diamond case, which is the leading case on personal tax residency in New Zealand.  James also teaches at the Auckland University on the Masters of Taxation Law course. From 2016 he will be a Teaching Fellow of the Auckland University Law School.


 
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Training co-ordinators: put your name & email in the order contact field to receive a copy of the tax invoice (includes venue details). If you put the attendees name in this field, it will go to the attendee (even if you pop your email address in this field).
Course Fees
1.  Regular course fee $295 ($256.52 GST Excl) per person
2.  Register 3 people and the 4th goes free
3.  Connection fee per firm of $690 ($600 GST Excl) - please use the second link in the online registrations.




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