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Relocating to Hong Kong: A Personal View
This October, I left Australia and moved to Hong Kong to join the Maxim team as a construction recruitment consultant.  For me, the transition to life and work in Hong Kong was smooth partly because I’ve been here many times over... [More]
6 Reasons Why Accepting the Offer of A Pay Cut Could Actually Be a Good Career Move
If you’re a construction professional that has ever changed job, there’s a good chance that you may have taken or at least been offered a pay cut at some point – how seriously did you consider it?Whereas some candidates I ... [More]
How High is Tax in Reality for Construction Locals & Expats in Hong Kong?
How High is Tax in Reality for Construction Locals & Expats in Hong Kong?(& Is it Everything That Needs to be Considered?!)In recent months a number of expats in particular have been bemoaning the presence of an active taxation syst... [More]
The Taxation of Australian Construction Expats
In the 2009 Federal Budget the Australian Government announced a significant change to the tax treatment of income earned by Australian resident individuals who are working overseas in a variety of occupation including the building & civil engineering construction industry, effective from the 2009/10 tax year. [More]
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