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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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Personal Finance Books for Aussie Expats

By | October 10th, 2017|Aussie Expat Financial Advice, Aussies in Singapore, Australian Expat Financial Advice, Australian Expatriate Group, Australian Expats, Australian Expats in Singapore, Australian Property Investment|

“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest"  - Benjamin Franklin With an abundance of information now at our fingertips, what are the best personal finance books and sources of information for Aussie expats..? Our schools remain behind in providing adequate personal finance education, so it’s up to us to seek out relevant and useful [...]

End of 2017 Financial Year Checklist for Aussie Expats

By | June 28th, 2017|Australian Expat Financial Advice, Australian Expatriate Group, Australian Expats, Australian Expats in Singapore, Australian Property Investment, End of Financial Year, Financial Advice Singapore, Self-Managed Superannuation Fund, SMSF, Superannuation|

It’s that time of the year again, the End of Financial Year in Australia, and here we’ve shared our top tips as an EOFY Checklist for Aussie Expats.  Property Investors Repairs and Maintenance If you’re been putting off making repairs on your property, you may want to get onto this right away. By making repairs [...]

Australian Budget 2017 – What it means for you as an Aussie expat

By | May 24th, 2017|Australian Expat Financial Advice, Australian Expatriate Group, Australian Expats, Australian Expats in Singapore, Australian Property Investment, Budget, Expat, Financial Advice Singapore, Superannuation|

The 2017 Australian Federal Budget has been released. Let’s take a look at the key takeaways and how this may impact us: Infrastructure Infrastructure was a key focus area for the 2017 Budget with commitments of $75 billion in additional funding to various projects over 10 years. Some of the key projects included: Western Sydney [...]

Australian Budget 2017 – What to Expect

By | May 9th, 2017|Australian Expat Financial Advice, Australian Expatriate Group, Australian Expats, Australian Expats in Singapore, Australian Property Investment, Budget, Financial Advice Singapore, Superannuation|

It’s that time of the year again, Federal Budget time, and after last year’s ‘Super Budget’ leading to some significant changes to superannuation and taxation, it’s important to consider what this year will bring for us as Australians. Last year’s Budget saw the Lifetime Allowance of $1.6M introduced for super funds, as well as reductions [...]

Investment Property & The 6 Year Rule

By | March 22nd, 2017|Australian Expat Financial Advice, Australian Expatriate Group, Australian Property Investment, Property|

Given the Australian love affair with property, it’s important to have a clear understanding of the tax implications and how you can seek to minimise your Capital Gains Tax (CGT) liability. Here we’re referring to the 6 Year Rule. The 6-year rule states that a property that was previously your primary residence can continue to [...]

Tips & Traps for Buying Off-The-Plan Property

By | March 9th, 2017|Australian Expat Financial Advice, Australian Expatriate Group, Australian Expats, Australian Property Investment, Property|

Let’s face it…Australians love property. We’re certainly not alone here in our affinity to bricks and mortar.   Buying new property in Australia can be a highly tax-effective strategy to grow your asset base. This often involves buying ‘off-the-plan’ properties and requires a great deal of research.   Below we share our top 8 tips [...]

How to Help Your Kids With Money

By | February 21st, 2017|Australian Expat Financial Advice, Australian Expatriate Group, Australian Expats, Australian Property Investment, Family|

We’ve all read the headlines…‘foreign buyers are pricing young Australians out of the property market’. Whether there’s truth to this headline, or it’s simply the result of our younger demographic having the habit of quite literally pissing their money away (i.e. after work drinks), we are seeing increasing demand from parents looking for ways to [...]

Boost your Borrowing Capacity

By | November 29th, 2016|Australian Expat Financial Advice, Australian Expatriate Group, Australian Expats, Australian Property Investment, Financial Advice Singapore, Lending, Negative Gearing|

“The best way to make someone remember you is to borrow money from them”   Over the past 12 months it has become increasingly difficult to borrow money from the Australian banks, particularly for Australian expats living overseas. Whether you’re trying to buy your first investment property, refinance your existing portfolio or finance equipment, the [...]

Home, Sweet Home – Your Australian Repatriation Strategy

By | August 10th, 2016|Australian Expat Financial Advice, Australian Expatriate Group, Australian Expats, Australian Property Investment, Financial Advice Singapore, Repatriation, Retirement|

Home, Sweet Home With increasing numbers of Australian expatriates starting to head home from Singapore, and elsewhere, it’s vital that you plan properly for your repatriation. Whether you’re taking a position back home with your current employer, you’d prefer your children complete their schooling in Australia, or it’s just time for a change, by planning [...]

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 [...]