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Paul Heiler
Partner - Sydney


Office : Sydney
Service : Tax services
Biography

Paul is a Director of Tax the Sydney office, and has over 25 years of experience in tax services. 

He is responsible for providing tax consulting and compliance services to clients, both local and international, from a variety of industries, including construction, manufacturing, software, property and healthcare.

Paul Heiler is a Partner of RSM Australia Partners and a Director of RSM Australia Pty Ltd.

Solutions Paul provides

Paul provides taxation consulting and compliance services in the following areas:

  • income tax, capital gains tax and GST
  • FBT and other employment taxes, including share/option plan design
  • research and developmentPaul is a Director of Tax Services in the Sydney Office. He is responsible for providing tax consulting and compliance services to clients, both local and international, in the construction, manufacturing, software, property and healthcare industries.
  • stamp duty and land taxes
  • tax structuring and due diligence
  • international tax advice
  • transfer pricing
  • fiscal representation
  • tax registration

Professional associations

  • Fellow, The Tax Institute, Australia
  • Member, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Economics - Sydney University
Publications

Budget 2016 - Property & Construction

4 May 2016
Key announcements No changes to negative gearing as expected.  National Infrastructure Plan – the Government reaffirmed its commitment to invest $50 billion in infrastructure in relation to various projects across the States and Territories. Reduction in the company tax rate to 27.5% from 1 July 2016 for businesses with a turnover ...

Budget 2016 for International Businesses

3 May 2016
Key announcements The Government has announced it will strengthen the anti-avoidance measures for multinationals recently legislated and previously announced in the 2015/16 Federal Budget by introducing the following additional measures: a 40% diverted profits tax (DPT), dubbed a "Google tax" when it was introduced in the UK in 2015; imp...