The implications of tax when working & traveling overseas – things you might not know! With Ursula Dyer Lepporoli
Partner – Global Mobility Tax Leader of Victoria, KPMG
Ursula Lepporoli is a proven leader forged through 15+ years extensive experience as a strategic global mobility tax expert providing a full suite of tax services to companies with international talent.
Managing clients across all industries including but not limited to: FMCG, Health, Defence, ENR and Education.
Bringing insight and innovation to tax policies, compliance and talent management strategies including the next stage of mobility… Work From Anywhere.
Ursula is passionate about empowering people to find the joy in complex concepts and communicating in a way that brings people along for the journey.
Career highlights include:
- Featured in the 2022 KPMG International Women’s Day video as a newly promoted partner.
- American by birth, Australian by choice. Participating in the American Chamber of Commerce Leadership Academy in 2022 and selected to co-lead the KPMG Australia approach to the US-Australia corridor.
- Lead the automation transformation of ATO correspondence to digitise the processing, analysis and delivery to clients.
- Lead the national compliance approach for global mobility tax services at KPMG to re-shore all delivery back to Australia. Overseeing a significant investment in technology while simultaneously building a large team of experts based in Sydney.
- She is passionate about creating communities where people thrive. She uses technology, process and culture as the foundation for our success. She was featured on Adam Grant’s WorkLife talking about her leadership techniques.
Ursula makes tax exciting and in this engaging and upbeat podcast, we are enlightened to the world of tax and retirement implications when working overseas. With the increasing rise in digital nomad visas, Ursula’s expertise is vital to anyone who either wants to travel and work remotely abroad, or who is enabling employees to do as such.
Our extremely informative discussion includes:
- The need for a position, process & governance when it comes to enabling staff to travel and work overseas
- Repercussions on the individual and the company, later down the track, on tax and superannuation
- Ursula’s top three tax tips