This webinar will be particularly valuable for any Australian or American expatriate living in the US or Australia who is interested in making the most of their long term investment returns, seeking to reduce fees and simplify the administration of their global portfolio. Needless to say, prior investment returns are no guarantee of future returns.
Here are the two relevant Morningstar reports.
These two reports form the backbone of the whole project. Where things get more complicated.
Pro's and Cons - this is really my knowledge of the Australian investment environment. In the US you don't have to pay a platform fee to have your money at a broker/custodian. In Australia, you do. Also, in Australia, you must pay trading fees each time a trade is placed.
The Importance of Doing Foreign Exchange Right
In this webinar we are discussing the importance of controlling costs and 'the spread' in obtaining the best rate, the recent history of the Australian/US dollar relationship and strategies to consider when moving large amounts of money.
This information will be particularly valuable for any Australian or American expatriate living in the US or Australia who is interested in learning how to make the most of currency conversions.
Safe as Houses? What's Going on with the Australian Property Market
In this webinar we are discussing what's going on with the Australian property market and the considerations that Aussie property owners living in the US need to be aware of. This information will be particularly valuable for any Aussie property owner who is concerned about the recent housing slowdown.
What Are PFIC's and How Might They Affect U.S. Based Australian Expats
Passive Foreign Investment Corporations (PFIC's) lurk in many overseas portfolios yet most Aussie expats are not only unaware of what they are, they don't realize the significant tax exposure they may be unwittingly exposing themselves to. In this webinar we talk about the detrimental tax consequences that can arise if you fall foul of PFIC (Passive Foreign Investment Company) regulations.
What Happens to Your 401(K) When You Move to Australia
In this webinar we answer some questions relating to what happens to your US retirement accounts (401(k), 403(b), IRA etc) when you move to Australia.
This will be a useful webinar for any Aussie who has worked in the US and accumulated a significant retirement account or an any American thinking about moving to or who has already moved to Australia.
What Happens to Your Superannuation When You Move to the U.S.
In this webinar I talk about some common questions Australian expats living in the U.S. have about their superannuation accounts. I talk about the special conditions of taking money out of a super account after one becomes a U.S. tax resident, what the tax impact might be after taking money from the account as a U.S. tax resident, how one can reduce foreign exchange impact, and whether or not you can make contributions to both a super account and a U.S. Retirement plan (401K, 403(b), SEP, or Defined Benefit Plan) at the same time.
Tax Implications of Non-Resident Australian Property Owners
The purpose of this webinar was to highlight specific parts of Australian tax law and its intersection with the US Internal Revenue Code to identify factors that impact the taxation of investment property Aussie expats are holding back home. After viewing this video an Australian expat in the U.S. will better understand the overall tax consequences of holding investment property in Australia.
How to Choose the Right Financial Advisor/Planner for You
Choosing the right financial advisor isn't the easiest think in the world. There are many things to take into account, and the more you dig into the subject you will find that there are a wide variety of financial advisors in the world. Some have have better expertise in certain areas that others are not, which makes them more suitable for certain clients. In this video I talk about some of the things you should be thinking about choosing a financial advisor, and finding one that suitable for you.