Expat Chat Episode 76 – Superannuation Transfers & Limits For Expats

Expat Chat Episode 76 – Superannuation Transfers And Limits For Expats


Welcome to the seventy sixth episode of the #Expatchat podcast where we discuss the latest tax and financial issues affecting an #Australianexpat.

In today’s Expat Chat we discuss the rules surrounding transfers to Australian superannuation funds by expats and what limits they need to adhere by.

Superannuation is one of the most commonly heald assets by Australian expats, especially if you have previously worked in Australia.

However when you move overseas there can be some confusion surrounding super – should I contribute to super as an expat, will contributing to it cause me to become a tax resident of Australia and what are the dollar limits to contributing to super.

Discussion Points on Todays Podcast Episode


In this episode we run through the following topics:

  • Can I contribute to a superannuation fund as a Australian expat?

  • What are the different types of contributions that I can make?

  • What are the contribution limits?

Links that we discussed in this episode include:

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