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Australian Expatriate Group is the trusted fee-based financial advice provider for Australian expatriates living in Singapore and throughout Asia-Pacific. Licensed by Global Financial Consultants in Singapore, our team is Australian-trained, experienced and qualified, allowing us to provide specialist advice to Australians living abroad.

Address: #02-01, 19 China St, 049561, Singapore

Phone: +65 8282 5702

Email: info@australianexpatriategroup.com





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End of Financial Year Checklist

By | July 4th, 2016|Australian Expat Financial Advice, Australian Expatriate Group, Australian Expats, End of Financial Year, Financial Advice Singapore, Insurance, Superannuation|

As we enter the new financial year in Australia, it’s important to review your personal situation and ensure that your onshore finances are in order. This includes your superannuation, estate planning and insurances. We’ve put together our End of Financial Year Checklist for Australian expats below covering each of the key areas.   Superannuation Death [...]

Positive vs. Negative Gearing for Australian Expats

By | May 19th, 2016|Australian Expat Financial Advice, Australian Expatriate Group, Australian Expats, Australian Property Investment, Negative Gearing|

'Negative Gearing, Positive Gearing, Cash Flow Neutral' – We are constantly inundated with information on how your Australian investment properties should be structured, but it’s important to consider the facts and implications as Australian expats. First, let’s clarify exactly what we mean when we refer to negative and positive gearing. Negative Gearing: Gearing refers to [...]

2016 Federal Budget Review for Australian Expats

By | May 8th, 2016|Australian Expat Financial Advice, Australian Expatriate Group, Australian Expats, Budget|

The 2016 Federal Budget released on Tuesday 3rd May has certainly been a ‘Super’ budget, given its strong focus on changes to Superannuation. Super has been targeted this year given its tax efficiency, along with some small changes to Corporate and Individual taxes. We have highlighted below the important changes that Australian expatriates need to [...]

End of Financial Year Tax Planning for Australian Expats

By | May 1st, 2016|Australian Expat Financial Advice, Australian Expatriate Group, Australian Expats, End of Financial Year, Financial Advice Singapore, Tax|

‘Failing to plan is planning to fail’ – Benjamin Franklin   One of the many great joys of living and working in Singapore is the low tax rates that we all enjoy. However, it's that time of the year again, 'end of financial year', and many of us who have investment properties in Australia and [...]

Why Should I Consolidate My Super..?

By | April 26th, 2016|Australian Expat Financial Advice, Australian Expatriate Group, Australian Expats, SMSF, Superannuation|

At least 6 MILLION Australians have more than one superannuation fund. Recently I met an Australian client and like many of my new clients, he had multiple superannuation funds in Australia. We sat down together and I asked him to send me his latest superannuation statements from all FIVE of his super funds. From these [...]

Medicare for Australian Expats – What You Need to Know

By | April 11th, 2016|Australian Expat Financial Advice, Australian Expatriate Group, Australian Expats, Health Insurance, Insurance|

There is a great deal of confusing and conflicting information when it comes to your options for your private health insurance and Medicare cover as an Australian expat living abroad. Firstly, it’s important that you don’t simply ignore Medicare or your private health insurance in Australia just because you’ve moved abroad. The first key consideration [...]

What You Need to Know About Your HECS Debt

By | April 5th, 2016|Australian Expat Financial Advice, Australian Expatriate Group, Australian Expats, Expat, Financial Advice Singapore, HECS|

Until now, Australian expats with HECS (HELP) or TSL debts didn’t have to repay the loans while they’re living and working abroad. This, however, is now all coming to an end and all Australian expats with HECS or TSL debt must be aware of the changes. What has changed? Legislation has been passed that means [...]

Are You An Australian Tax Resident?

By | March 30th, 2016|Australian Expat Financial Advice, Australian Expatriate Group, Australian Expats, Expat, Financial Advice Singapore, Tax|

You’ve decided to pack your bags and relocate you and your family to Singapore. With an abundance of great food and dining options and travel opportunities in every direction ranging from tropical islands to bustling cities, there is very little (if anything) to complain about living in this great city. In addition to this and [...]

Currency Risk – The Biggest Danger to Australian Expats Looking to Retire

By | March 22nd, 2016|Australian Expat Financial Advice, Australian Expatriate Group, Australian Expats, Expat, Financial Advice Singapore, Foreign Exchange, FX|

I am often asked by my clients what currency their investments should be held in as Australian expats seeking to retire in Australia. For most expats, this can be quite a complex decision, particularly if they’ve been working abroad for some time, perhaps being paid a salary in US dollars, purchasing groceries in Singapore Dollars [...]