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EY's Personal Tax Services practice offers tax-related domestic and cross-border planning and compliance assistance to business-connected individuals and their associated entities. In addition, in today's global environment, cross-border services help meet the ever-growing needs of internationally positioned clients.
With dedicated resources in major markets around the world we assist individual clients needing a wide range of tax services including tax compliance, tax planning, and tax advice relating to their business interests, investments and other financial-related assets. Our approach provides professionally prepared returns, related calculations and advice, as well as integrated tax planning.
Our talented people and in-depth knowledge help you to effectively manage your requirements on a global basis whether you require our planning or compliance services. We have experience working with individuals and companies of all sizes across many aspects of the tax life cycle — planning, provision, compliance and controversy.
To find out more about the services we offer in this area please contact us.
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We explore the rise in collaboration and information sharing among tax administrations, and how many are realizing that relationships with tax administrations need to evolve.
The Government recently released a consultation paper on the next phase of reform on the taxation of trusts in Australia. Our Private Client Services Update provides a brief explanation of what this means for trustees of family discretionary trusts and other closely held trusts.
This report explores the current tax policy direction and the rise in collaboration and taxpayer information sharing among tax administrations around the world. It sets out a series of leading practices that should be considered when assessing your current global tax position.