Category Archive: Australians

Jan 09 2014

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Expat Index Investors Should Duck U.S. Estate Taxes

Non-American expats with U.S. listed stocks or ETFs might consider making a switch. U.S. estate tax laws suggest if an expat owns more than $60,000 in U.S. listed stocks or funds, and gets hit by a bus or eaten by a crocodile, their heirs will feel the bite.   By investing on a different exchange, …

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Sep 04 2012

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Expat Australian Investors in Singapore Offered More Options

Investment options appear to be getting better for Australians living in Singapore. You can now build investment portfolios with low cost exchange traded funds (ETFs) while anchoring to your home markets. International diversification is always important, but it’s also important to have a home country bias. After all, if you’re Australian, and planning to head …

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Oct 01 2010

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Expatriate Australians in Singapore find a cheaper investment option

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I have reasons to believe that Australians aren’t as susceptible to scams as Canadians are.  Maybe they’re smarter than we are. Or maybe they’ll just tell a con man where to go (with a beer in hand) while a Canadian politely asks the charlatan to come back when the owner of the house is home.  Then …

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