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Questions to ask when choosing your international removalist

By Australian Expat Investor Contributor / November 15, 2017

Moving house is always a big deal, but moving abroad presents a whole new level of things to do and think about. Not only do your precious belongings have to arrive safely, but they also need to go through the customs process and a whole lot of paperwork that may not be in English. It’s […]

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Celebrating Christmas Around the World

By Australian Expat Investor Contributor / November 14, 2017

Christmas is a magical time of year for millions of people across the world. Different cultures celebrate the holiday season in their own ways, and Australian expats may see some unusual traditions, depending on where they happen to live. We’ve investigated the holiday festivities that take place in just a few top expat destinations, to […]

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Second passport for Australians – great unless you are a Member of Parliament.

By Australian Expat Investor Contributor / November 1, 2017

Second passport for Australians, great unless you are a Member of Parliament. This is a guest post from Alison Johnson – wherecani.live With seven of our elected representatives fronting the High Court this week to find out if having dual citizenships will ruin their careers it seems an odd time to be singing the praise […]

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10 freelance jobs you can do whilst living abroad

By Craig / October 30, 2017

Have you found yourself living abroad (perhaps as the “trailing expat spouse”) or travelling the world and wanting some extra cash or ways to fill in your day?  With the advances in technology, there are a multitude of freelance jobs you can now do from almost anywhere in the world.  Here are ten ideas to […]

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Voting in Australian Elections While Living Overseas

By Craig / October 30, 2017

As an Australian Expat do you know what your obligations are with respect to voting in Australian elections while living overseas? The Queensland government has just called an election for 25 November, and a by-election for the Federal seat of New England will occur on 2 December following the High Court ruling on Barnaby Joyce’s […]

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Reasons why Australians should retire overseas

By Australian Expat Investor Contributor / October 30, 2017

If you’re approaching retirement you’re probably getting ready for a major lifestyle shift. Perhaps you already have a clear plan, or maybe you’re considering a few different ways you could spend this new phase of your life. One option which is not yet so popular in Australia, but quite common in the US and Europe, […]

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What are the best foods to eat when travelling on a plane?

By Australian Expat Investor Contributor / September 17, 2017

“What’s the deal with airline food?” The question may be a comedy cliché, but it struck a chord in the ‘90s when people did indeed begin to note how bad food seemed when flying. Airlines have made real efforts to increase the appeal of their catering, but they might be fighting a losing battle, according […]

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