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As mentioned in other answers, you may not need to register your business in Australia just to deliver work to an Australian client. However, if you wish to, the steps are: 1) Register the business in order to get an Australian Business Number. The ABN is required for a variety of business-related operations such as opening bank accounts and issuing Tax ...


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Having freelanced in a number of countries, this is actually a fairly common requirement. If you interpret 'freelance' as "running a business", it's even understandable. Compare the realities of a business and an employee. A business gets to deduct most of its expenses before calculating its taxes, whereas an individual pays their expenses from post-tax ...


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Depends on what you mean by "employ." Depends on the type of business and the work you are asking "employees" to do. There's a big difference between asking people to build 500 widgets, or do programming on a web application. Many American businesses hire foreign freelancers on a contract basis. You provide steady work like an employee would receive, but do ...


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The closest thing I know is a friend of mine who is from Southern Europe who founded a company in Chile or Peru I think. After 1 or 2 years of good business, he got their citizenship. He also told me that he's very satisfied with their tax policy, they returned him a lot of money in the end of a year. Maybe you try to investigate a solution to establish a ...


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I cannot answer question 1, I guess they have some obligation from the Labour law, which is complicated in France. For question 2, in France, there are some intermediary companies for consultants (search for "portage salarial"): you charge the client as if you were a company, the client pays to your intermediary company, and you get a salary from the ...


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If you DO NOT live in Australia, and DO NOT have an Australian Bank, then there's no reason why you need to pay tax here. Ok, so your client is located here in Australia, however, isn't your own country's tax enough? Your client is the one that has to pay Tax, not you. Perhaps this link might help: Australia caught out by Freelancer.com At law the payer ...


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