Australian Expat Travel Exemption Revoked

Since Covid-19 wreaked havoc on the world, travel to and from Australia for many Australian expats has largely been possible, with the exemption being allowed for that if you’re an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident (PR) who normally resides in another country, you would be free to leave Australia without the requirement to apply. This

Preparing for Your Repatriation to Australia

Australia is often described by many outside of the country as a ‘big, beautiful sandpit’, and it’s precisely this natural beauty, coupled with our relaxed way of life, easy-going nature, and outdoor lifestyle that make it appealing for many Australian expats to return home, whether to work or retire. Since Covid-19 started wreaking havoc on

By |2021-08-04T06:48:29+08:00August 4th, 2021|Australian Expats, Expats|0 Comments

Why is Singapore a Popular Destination for Aussie Expats

While the Covid-19 pandemic has certainly created turmoil for many, Singapore remains one of the more popular destinations for Australian expats to relocate to. Whether it be to start a new business, progress in their chosen career or simply for a change of scenery, this little red dot continues to lure Australians in. With over

Australian Budget 2021 – The Good, the BAD, and the UGLY

Australian Budget 2021 – The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly As was already highlighted, this year’s Australian Federal Budget was always set to be a ‘cash splash’ to secure Australia’s economic recovery as we plan ahead to a post-Covid period. From the simplification of tax residency tests (great news for Australian expats), to tax

How Can Australian Expats Find Their Lost Superannuation

Chances are if you’ve shifted jobs in Australia and not consolidated your superannuation, then part of the estimated $20+ billion in lost superannuation could be yours. If you have multiple superannuation accounts, this could mean that you’re paying unnecessary administrative fees, multiple insurance premiums and each of these items could negatively impact your future retirement

Rule Change for Dependant Pass Holders in Singapore

There are over 25,000 Australian expats that call Singapore home, who’ve decided to leave Australia in search of new business opportunities, to advance their careers, or simply to experience something new in the gateway to Asia. Many Australians will enter Singapore on a work visa known as an Employment Pass (EP), while many ‘trailing spouses’

By |2021-03-31T07:36:18+08:00March 31st, 2021|Australian Expats, Expats, Singapore|0 Comments
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