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Birhen_ng_GuadalupeBirhen_ng_Guadalupe SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 5Member
edited February 2013 in Other Info Bout OZ Posts: 116
May stupid question po ako. Pasensya na kung natanong na. I'm planning my initial entry this month pero mga 2 weeks lang then balik muna ako SG since di pa ako ready for the final move (uuwi nanay ko from abroad, maglilipat bahay sa pinas etc). Ang alam ko ang mga Australians ay nagbabayad ng tax kahit hindi sila nagwowork sa Australia.

Does that mean, may tax responsibilities na rin pag nag activate ng visa ang mga PR kahit di pa siya nagwowork doon?
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  • TasBurrfootTasBurrfoot OsakaTotal Reaction Points: 268Member, Moderator
    edited November 2014 Posts: 4,315
    May stupid question po ako. Pasensya na kung natanong na. I'm planning my initial entry this month pero mga 2 weeks lang then balik muna ako SG since di pa ako ready for the final move (uuwi nanay ko from abroad, maglilipat bahay sa pinas etc). Ang alam ko ang mga Australians ay nagbabayad ng tax kahit hindi sila nagwowork sa Australia.

    Does that mean, may tax responsibilities na rin pag nag activate ng visa ang mga PR kahit di pa siya nagwowork doon?
    So what you are trying to ask is; will you be required to pay taxes for income abroad?
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  • lock_code2004lock_code2004 PerthTotal Reaction Points: 259Member, Moderator
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    @Birhen_ng_Guadalupe - hindi nmn stupid question... okay nga eh..

    1. Yes australian residents are taxed for their income worldwide.
    2. Meron pong residency test na tinatawag. But the definition of a "resident" for tax purposes is different from immigration definition. Normally, if you live in AU for 6mos continuously or more than half of the financial year, you should file income tax..

    here is a flowchart to illustrate and "resident" definition from ATO:
    http://www.ato.gov.au/taxprofessionals/content.aspx?doc=/content/64144.htm
    http://www.ato.gov.au/individuals/content.aspx?doc=/content/64131.htm

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  • LokiJrLokiJr Quezon CityTotal Reaction Points: 25Member, Moderator
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    There is a thing called double taxation and Au and Ph follow this. It means that if your investments are taxed in your domicile country then it should not be taxed in your itr in Australia. How that exactly works is beyond me since I am not an accountant Hehe



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  • TasBurrfootTasBurrfoot OsakaTotal Reaction Points: 268Member, Moderator
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    http://www.guidemesingapore.com/research-reports/australia/singapore-australia-dta

    If you understand this, paki-explain na rin... :) Don't know if this is updated though
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  • BigfootBigfoot BrisbaneTotal Reaction Points: 5applymembership
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    @Birhen_ng_Guadalupe - Ma'am tama po si lock, may residency test po and kahit na naginitial entry ka na sa Au kung hindi mo nameet ang residency requirement e hindi ka magiging taxable sa Au for income earned in Sg. Also, related sa post ni psychoboy, may tax treaty ang Au and SG wherein ang personal/professional services income (remuneration) is taxable only on the place where the service is rendered. I'm not sure kung kelangan pa itong ideclare as income subject to final tax sa Au tax filing. Baka may makapagcomment regarding this.

    Regarding Loki's comment, tama po na may double tax treaty ang Au and Phil and same with Sg ang income from remuneration is only taxable in the place where the service is rendered. But this is subject to some exceptions, meaning the remuneration income in the Phil can still be taxable in Au subject to some factors.

    I haven't tried filing an Au individual tax return pero I understand that Au tax residents are required to declare all income derived from within and outside of Au. If the Au tax resident suffered income tax from its income derived from outside of Au, then the tax resident shall be able to claim tax credit (tax offset) for the said taxes paid, meaning the total Au income tax payable may be reduced by claiming the tax credits for the taxes paid in foreign jurisdictions.

    Hope this helped in some way. :)
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  • IslanderndCityIslanderndCity AdelaideTotal Reaction Points: 135Member, Moderator
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    @LokiJr so it means if may property for rent, funds & stocks investments ka sa Pinas, wala na pakialam si Au kahit Au PR o citizen ka?
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  • TasBurrfootTasBurrfoot OsakaTotal Reaction Points: 268Member, Moderator
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    @LokiJr so it means if may property for rent, funds & stocks investments ka sa Pinas, wala na pakialam si Au kahit Au PR o citizen ka?
    Bayad ka ng tax for these...

    In the first place, wala ka naman binabayaran for these types of income in the Philippines to begin with.
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    24 Aug 2012 - CPAA Submitted (docs mailed same day via SG EMS)
    25 Sep 2012 - Received +Skills Assessment from CPAA
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    01 Oct 2012 - Submitted 189 Visa Application
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  • IslanderndCityIslanderndCity AdelaideTotal Reaction Points: 135Member, Moderator
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    @LokiJr so it means if may property for rent, funds & stocks investments ka sa Pinas, wala na pakialam si Au kahit Au PR o citizen ka?


    Bayad ka ng tax for these...

    In the first place, wala ka naman binabayaran for these types of income in the Philippines to begin with.
    so ibig sabihin i-declare ito diyan sa Au?
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  • TasBurrfootTasBurrfoot OsakaTotal Reaction Points: 268Member, Moderator
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    @LokiJr so it means if may property for rent, funds & stocks investments ka sa Pinas, wala na pakialam si Au kahit Au PR o citizen ka?


    Bayad ka ng tax for these...

    In the first place, wala ka naman binabayaran for these types of income in the Philippines to begin with.


    so ibig sabihin i-declare ito diyan sa Au?
    tomoh!! ideally you should declare it with the ATO...
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    Accountant (General): 221111

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    07 Aug 2012 - IELTS (Academic Module) Speaking Part
    17 Aug 2012 - IELTS Results (L: 8.5 R: 8.5 W: 7.0 S: 7.5 OBS: 8.0)
    24 Aug 2012 - CPAA Submitted (docs mailed same day via SG EMS)
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    25 Sep 2012 - Lodged EOI Application with 70pts
    30 Sep 2012 - Invited by DIAC to apply for 189 Visa
    01 Oct 2012 - Submitted 189 Visa Application
    20 Oct 2012 - Medical Examinations
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    05 Nov 2012 - Submitted SG PCC and NBI Clearance
    06 Nov 2012 - Visa Granted (IED: 23/10/2013)
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  • IslanderndCityIslanderndCity AdelaideTotal Reaction Points: 135Member, Moderator
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    @LokiJr so it means if may property for rent, funds & stocks investments ka sa Pinas, wala na pakialam si Au kahit Au PR o citizen ka?


    Bayad ka ng tax for these...

    In the first place, wala ka naman binabayaran for these types of income in the Philippines to begin with.


    so ibig sabihin i-declare ito diyan sa Au?


    tomoh!! ideally you should declare it with the ATO...
    ideally...
    thanks po
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  • gerarddsgerardds North RydeTotal Reaction Points: 13Member
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    although this is an old thread,
    Thanks so much for the information above at di ko na kailangan magcreate ng thread >:D<
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  • supertobleronesupertoblerone MelbourneTotal Reaction Points: 26Member
    edited February 2015 Posts: 409
    Mga Boss @TasBurrfoot @lock_code2004 @Birhen_ng_Guadalupe di ko parin gets to. Sensya tanong ko lang ulet, Mag IED ako this May 2015 and be there for at least 3 weeks to 1 month, and balik sa Singapore for 1 year only as my current employer promoted me to Senior position.

    Sa case na to po ba kelangan ko magbayad ng Tax even di ko pa maasikaso ang TFN pag dating ko sa May?

    Please advise po.
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    12/08/14: CO Allocation - Team Brisbane- Requested additional docs and VISA GRANT on the same day
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  • lock_code2004lock_code2004 PerthTotal Reaction Points: 259Member, Moderator
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    @supertoblerone you dont have to pay Au tax yet, you are not yet considered as Au resident for tax purposes..

    No need to apply for tfn until you are decided to say here permanently..
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  • supertobleronesupertoblerone MelbourneTotal Reaction Points: 26Member
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    @lock_code2004 boss thanks! Tumawag din ako sa ATO yesterday morning at same kayo ng sinabi. Thanks sa confirmation. :)

    One more question, ok lang ba na mag apply na ako sa TFN once I arrived there even di pa tax payer agad agad? Kasi bali total of maximum 3 weeks lang ang stay ko dyan sa Melbourne then after than have to be back in SG para settle lahat bago mag BIG move sa 2016.

    Thanks again!
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    12/08/14: CO Allocation - Team Brisbane- Requested additional docs and VISA GRANT on the same day
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  • lock_code2004lock_code2004 PerthTotal Reaction Points: 259Member, Moderator
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    @supertoblerone pwde, if you have a postal address in au.. They will send the tfn via post.

    So kung wla kang address here, just do this pag magsettle kana dito..
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  • supertobleronesupertoblerone MelbourneTotal Reaction Points: 26Member
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    @lock_code2004 Well noted boss! Maraming salamat ulet!
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    05/30/14: IELTS passed but with no points
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    06/21/14: CTCéd my Docs
    06/22/14: Completed my CDR Requirements
    06/23/14: Sent My CDR docs via Fedex/DHL Singapore
    06/25/14: CDR Received By EA (1st Batch)
    06/26/14: Skilled Employment Record (For Additional Assessment Received by EA)
    06/26/14: AUD 870 was charged to my card at THE INSTITUTION OF ENG BA
    09/17/14: Applied NBI in the Philippines
    09/19/14: EA Assessment Positive Results
    09/23/14: Obtained NBI
    09/25/14: EA Letter Received
    09/26/14: EOI Lodged (Subclass 189)
    10/12/14: SG Time - Invited to lodge Skilled - Independent (Subclass 189)
    10/13/14: Lodged application - Visa Subclass 189
    10/13/14: AUD 3558.02 was charged to my card at Department of Immigrat SO
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    11/05/14: Medical has been submitted to DIBP
    11/07/14: Frontloaded Form 80
    12/08/14: CO Allocation - Team Brisbane- Requested additional docs and VISA GRANT on the same day
    05/02/15: EID Done!

    Thank you LORD!

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  • Andoy31Andoy31 BrisbaneTotal Reaction Points: 4Member
    edited February 2015 Posts: 97
    tama ba na once you have TFN - required ka na to pay AU Taxes?
    patanong lang mga boss

    what if mag initial entry and kumuha ng TFN pero may work pa rin sa singapore - does this mean idedeclare na uing income? kahit may treaty against dual taxation si AU and SG?
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  • wizardofOzwizardofOz SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 114Member
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    @Andoy31 as far as I know kahit may tax treaty... ang i-aaddress lang nun is yung double-taxation.. meaning ibabawas lang any tax na bayaran mo sa SG sa tax na due mo to AU.... since magkaiba sila ng percentage..

    But basically, you still have to pay tax to Oz... yan eh as far i know.

    Ito naman ang naappreciate ko sa Pinas.. hindi na tayo required magbayad ng tax sa PHL Govt sa mga earnings natin abroad...
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  • Andoy31Andoy31 BrisbaneTotal Reaction Points: 4Member
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    @Andoy31 as far as I know kahit may tax treaty... ang i-aaddress lang nun is yung double-taxation.. meaning ibabawas lang any tax na bayaran mo sa SG sa tax na due mo to AU.... since magkaiba sila ng percentage..

    But basically, you still have to pay tax to Oz... yan eh as far i know.

    Ito naman ang naappreciate ko sa Pinas.. hindi na tayo required magbayad ng tax sa PHL Govt sa mga earnings natin abroad...
    ahhh got it, getting a TFN is a one way road :P

    thanks
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  • IslanderndCityIslanderndCity AdelaideTotal Reaction Points: 135Member, Moderator
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    @Andoy31 as far as I know kahit may tax treaty... ang i-aaddress lang nun is yung double-taxation.. meaning ibabawas lang any tax na bayaran mo sa SG sa tax na due mo to AU.... since magkaiba sila ng percentage..

    But basically, you still have to pay tax to Oz... yan eh as far i know.

    Ito naman ang naappreciate ko sa Pinas.. hindi na tayo required magbayad ng tax sa PHL Govt sa mga earnings natin abroad...


    ahhh got it, getting a TFN is a one way road :P

    thanks
    can we put numbers for better understanding po? for example you're an Au PR, done sa initial entry na, then balik SG to work muna,..
    SG salary 4000 sgd
    SG tax 280 sgd
    how much tax you must pay to Au in that month?
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