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Round-Up For Aussies Abroad : Our Most Popular Posts in 2016

Aussies Abroad!  These are the most popular posts that Aussies abroad have been reading in 2016.

  1. ATO Challenges Tax Residency of Returning Aussie Expat
  2. Australian Banks Restrict Lending to Aussies Abroad
  3. 6 Steps to Buying Property While Living Abroad
  4. 5 Things To Do When Relocating Abroad
  5. What to Consider When Moving Back To Australia

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ATO Challenges Tax Residency of Returning Aussie Expat

When this Aussie expat decided to move back to Australia, the ATO challenged his claims of tax residency while living abroad. It almost cost him $200,000.

 

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Australian Banks Restrict Lending To Aussies Abroad

Australian banks are tightening their lending criteria to Aussies abroad making it harder to get a loan to buy property in Australia.  If you are a non-resident wanting to invest back in Australia, you will want to read this.

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6 Steps to Buying a House in Australia While Living Abroad

Many Aussies abroad want to buy a house back in Australia but get overwhelmed by the complexity.  This article makes the process clear and simple.

5 Things to Do When Relocating Abroad

If you are a new Aussie expat, or planning on moving overseas, here are five things you should do when planning your move.

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What You Need To Consider When Moving Back to Australia

Just as there were a number of tax consequences when you moved abroad originally, there are also a range of issues you should consider when you move back to Australia.  Here are 9 of them!

 

 

 

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Disclaimer : This information is for educational purposes only and does not constitute financial or taxation advice. As this information is not advice and has been prepared without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs you should, before acting on this information, consider its appropriateness for your circumstances. Independent advice should be obtained from an Australian financial services licensee before making investment decisions, and a registered (tax) financial advisor/accountant in relation to taxation decisions. To the extent permitted by law, we exclude all liability for any loss or damage arising in any way.

Want to save money on international money transfes like other Aussies Abroad?  We recommend HiFx and Ozforex. You can open an account in minutes and its FREE.

 

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Craig is an Australian Expat and the founder of The Australian Expat Investor.Craig is passionate about investing, and while Craig cannot give personal financial or tax advice, Craig enjoys sharing investing, tax, and other tips for Australian expats to help them to build their wealth while living abroad and get the most out of their time living overseas.Get his free ebook on 9 Financial Surprises That Could Cost Australian Expats Thousands of Dollars at the link above.
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