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Australia Expat News

New Research Reveals the Asian Countries Paying Expats Most

When it comes to deciding how much to pay expat workers, the mechanics are often complex and convoluted. Do you, for example, use the employees’ salary from their country of origin as a starting point, or the average salary for their position in their adopted country?Furthermore, once even the base salary has been agreed upon, what else must be added to create a fair and appealing expat package? Considerations can include performance-related bonuses, local living costs such as housing and transportation, ... Read more

Where Do All The British Expats Actually Go?

It has been estimated that in the last 5 years alone 851,000 Brits have moved abroad seeking a better life. There are now estimated to be over 5 million Brits living outside the UK. That’s a lot of people; but where do they all go?Thanks to some new research we can now reveal the most popular destinations for British expats.The survey by Lloyds Private Banking is based on figures held by the UK-based Office of National Statistics (ONS) and reveals the ... Read more

The Surprising Secret That Is Robbing Expats of Their Pensions

Consider a simple fact; overall, the cost of living has increased consistently over time. Try comparing the cost of buying a house or a car in the fifties, and now today, and you’ll find that the cost of living has gone up in real terms by many, many times.What this means for Brits is that a pound these days buys you far less than it used to. Put another way, you’d need more money now than you would a few decades ... Read more

Travel Insurance Blunder Causes Heartache in Australia

British student Sam Corria got more than he bargained for while travelling around Australia, when the vehicle he was in left the road and rolled over 4 times. Left unconscious from the accident which could have ended so horribly Sam was lucky enough to survive – albeit with some terrible injuries. The horrific accident has left the 18 year old with significant brain injuries and – thanks to a travel insurance blunder – difficulties returning to the UK.After being dragged from ... Read more

Overseas Health Insurance News: Denmark, the Netherlands and Australia have best state pension schemes

Well organised expatriates will look at every facet of a country before relocating and finding out about its state pension scheme should be covered in this.According to new research that makes up the Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index, Denmark has the best system, with the Netherlands and Australia taking the second and third spots respectively.Some 20 countries offering major retirement schemes were compared in order to produce the results, which should help to inform potential expats, reports the Telegraph.Under the Australian system, ... Read more
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