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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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9 things you should know before taking out Expat Health Insurance

By Sponsor / November 15, 2017

Whether it’s for work, family, or a new adventure, moving overseas can be a daunting experience, so having the peace-of-mind knowing that you’ll receive the same level of health care in your destination country goes a long way in making the move that little bit easier.

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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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Tips to save money when moving abroad

By Craig / September 16, 2017

Tips to save money when moving abroad   You’ve made the decision to move abroad, now comes the planning and preparation. For the smart traveler, getting things right in advance is the key to success. Make sure that your research is done and most importantly, ensure that you have everything costed correctly to avoid any […]

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Should you be taking pets overseas from Australia when moving abroad?

By Australian Expat Investor Contributor / March 27, 2017

Taking pets overseas from Australia when moving abroad is a big decision for any family.  There are a myriad of things to consider – not just the emotive issues of what to do with a loved member of the family, but also the practical issues of how or whether you will be able to bring your […]

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The benefits of appointing an enduring power of attorney before moving overseas

By Sponsor / February 20, 2017

An enduring power of attorney can be a very useful document for Australian expats to put in place either before they leave Australia or while overseas.  An enduring power of attorney is not only designed to enable someone else to manage your personal affairs when you become incapable of doing so, it is also useful […]

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Survival Language: 5 ways to fit in a like a local

By Australian Expat Investor Contributor / February 12, 2017

Unless you’re moving to a country within the Anglosphere, there’s a good chance that you’re going to have to try and communicate in a foreign language. The odds are that you may have had an opportunity to learn a language at school, but does that mean you should only consider moving to a country where […]

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Checklist for an overseas relocation package

By Craig / January 31, 2017

If you are being transferred overseas with your current employer or have been recruited by an overseas company, you might expect a relocation package to be included with the offer.  In this article, I have summarised some of the most common components of a comprehensive overseas relocation package to enable you to negotiate the best deal […]

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Typical Components Of An Expat Salary Package

By Craig / January 25, 2017

We’ve all heard stories of expats working overseas for a few years on massive salaries and then retiring a few years later in an exotic location.  Unfortunately, the reality is that it is not that common.  In this article, we explore the typical components of an expat salary package.

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