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Moving to Australia - Is it worth shipping your car? Head over to https://aumigforu.ms/2m0LNVl and get all your vehicle importation questions answered for free by our resident Car Import guru.
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Benefits of using a foreign exchange specialist

If you’re sending money overseas, you may think using your local bank is the most convenient and efficient option, but working with a currency exchange specialist can give you access to great value rates and services that your bank may not be willing to provide.

In addition, a specialist can offer expert guidance to help you navigate the fluctuating currency market.

As an ex-pat, you could have a number of reasons why you need to convert currency, and accessing great rates and avoiding high fees could have a significant impact on the money you receive for any of the following:

• Buying a home in Australia;
• Converting UK rental income into Australian dollars;
• Repatriating Australian dollars back to the UK;
• Receiving your pension payments;
• Transferring money to friends and family overseas.

As well as great rates and lower fees than most high street banks, a specialist can also offer a range of product solutions to help you manage all your foreign exchange requirements

• Spot contracts for urgent payments which allow for same-day exchange and transfer;
• Stop-loss orders to prevent against precipitous drops in the exchange rate;
• Rate targeting and tracking to help you make the most of your money ;
• Regular payment plans to fix rates and collect funds from a UK account by direct debit for overseas payments;
• Easy-access online account management, supported by an expert team available on the phone.

Get started with moneycorp

moneycorp offers all our clients a professional service that helps you transfer money across borders and let you get on with enjoying your new life in Australia.

It’s free to register for a moneycorp account.

You can read more information on the Poms in Oz currency page – https://aumigforu.ms/2Md4QXF
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Our latest article deals with the emotional challenges of life in a new country. https://aumigforu.ms/2M6sKDX
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Thinking of a new life down under but don't know where to start? Get the ball rolling - head over to https://aumigforu.ms/2M907WT and get all your migration and visa questions answered. Chat with thousands of other members who are moving to Australia.
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Moving to Australia? Check out our articles at https://aumigforu.ms/2viuNO4 We've articles and useful info on migration, shipping, suburbs, careers and much more. If you can't find the info you're looking for, then pop onto our forum and ask our members for help.
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If you're moving to Australia and haven't decided where to want to live yet, it may be worthwhile keeping an eye on CommSec's 'State of the States' reports. The quarterly report attempts to find out how Australia’s states and territories are performing by analysing eight key indicators. This Quarter, NSW is finally dislodged as the top performing state. Full details at https://aumigforu.ms/2NWIQk3
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Shipping your beloved pets to Australia can be a daunting & stressful experience. With this in mind, we've put together a handy article which walks you through the steps required to ship your cats and dogs to Australia. https://aumigforu.ms/2LXyIHk
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Our Monthly Australia Migration Newsletter has just been sent out to 11,000+ subscribers. Read online and catch up on all the latest migration and visa news at http://eepurl.com/dAO4Gr
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As we tick over into the new Australian tax year your thoughts might start turning to the completion of your 2018 Australian tax return.

With this in mind, Alan Collett has put together his top 12 tips for those of you who have UK and Australian tax returns to prepare for 2018.

They should be particularly helpful for those of you who moved to Australia for the first time in the year to 30 June 2018, although others who arrived earlier may find the list useful.

https://aumigforu.ms/2tXYZxt
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