9 JUL - AustCham Thailand Webinar: Australian Tax Issues: Residency for COVID-19 Refugees

  • Thursday, July 09, 2020
  • 13:00 - 13:30
  • ZOOM webinar

During the COVID-19 Crisis, many Australian expatriates and visitors to Australia may find themselves stuck due to travel and health restrictions.

Will this affect your Australian tax residency?

Are you at risk of your worldwide income being taxable in Australia if you are stuck there for an extended period?

AustCham Thailand invites members to join SMATS Group for a solid understanding of the issues around residency generally and specifically if you have been forced to remain or return to Australia during these troublesome times.


    • Steve Douglas , Co-founder and Managing Director of Australasian Taxation Services (ATS) and Chairman of SMATS Group

    Steve is a Chartered Tax Advisor, Fellow of the Taxation Institute of Australia and a Registered Tax Agent. Steve is the author of ‘The Aussie Expat – The Luckiest Person on Earth’, the only concise reference book for expatriate tax planning and financial management which has sold more than 10,000 copies. In 2005 he founded aussieproperty.com, the leading independent source of information and services for investors of Australia property, with over 10,000 members. Steve Douglas was awarded the Singapore Finder Expatpreneur Award in 2017, the Qantas Entrepreneur Award 2010 by AustCham Singapore and was identified as one of the leading 50 Australians in Asia and invited to attend the Asia 50 Summit by Advance 2009.

    Event Details:

    Date: Thursday 9th July 2020

    Time: 13.00 - 13.30 hrs.


    • Free of charge for AustCham
    • 300 THB for non-members

    To register in advance for this webinar:


    Pre-registration and authentication is required to attend, and please ensure you have signed up for your own personal or business account with ZOOM (it’s free to sign up)

    Please note:  AustCham Thailand is recording this webinar session and may make the recorded version of the webinar (including all audio and visual elements) accessible to AustCham members via the Resources page of our website.