“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 […]
Its better to familiarise yourself with the local laws and obey them, but what should you do as an Australian arrested overseas? We find out.
You may hear the term ‘deep vein thrombosis’ when flying and your airline may even recommend certain in-flight exercises to prevent it from happening to you on long plane journeys. But do you even know what deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is, and how it can affect you?
Taking medication overseas can literally be a matter of life or death, so it’s essential to pay real attention and plan ahead if you require regular medication when you move or travel abroad.
As an expat we read about “country of residence” in many contexts. Country of residence can mean where we physically live, it can mean the country of tax residence (where we need to declare our global income), and in the case of travel insurance it can mean something else.
Flying Australia to London just got alot easier with Qantas today announcing that it will start the first direct flights from Australia to London in March 2018, when Perth will become the Australia hub for the 17 hour Perth to London non-stop flight.
With the Christmas travel season upon us, and many Aussie expats (like myself) heading down under, I thought it worthwhile sharing with you how the Australian Tax Office is using your completed Australian outgoing and incoming passenger card in court cases when challenging people’s claims to be non-resident of Australia for tax purposes.