Generally, a person is considered to be an Australian resident for tax purposes if:
If a person goes overseas temporarily and does not set up a permanent home in another country, they may continue to be treated as an Australian resident for tax purposes.
Overseas students coming to Australia to study who are enrolled in a course that is more than six months long, are generally treated as Australian residents for tax purposes.
If you need help in deciding whether or not your dependant
is an Australian resident for tax purposes, phone us on
13 28 61.
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