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hello

i do not know about CAMBODIA but here in the PHILIPPINES all good for me for the last 6 years but??????? has TONY  ABOTT and his puppet the treasurer we do not know what they can do ,do not trust the bastard?

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do not trust the bastard?

 

Do not trust a politician? Surely you jest? :D

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Guest Kenny

Whoa! This is scarey. I have heard about Australian residents who when they retire move overseas but still get their pension. That is what I hope to do. So just so I'm clear. I am an Australian and have worked my entire life, now if I move to Cambodia I forfeit my pension? If this is the case doesn't seem fair.

Once you have qualified by age and period worked there is one more rule.

 

For your pension to be portable, you must physically reside in Australia for two years PRIOR to 65 OR two years AFTER 65

You may leave Australia in either of these 2 year periods but only for a maximum 13 wees at a time during which your pension will be stopped.

Even if you leave for one or more 13 week periods, they are part of the 2 years.

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Once you have qualified by age and period worked there is one more rule.

 

For your pension to be portable, you must physically reside in Australia for two years PRIOR to 65 OR two years AFTER 65

You may leave Australia in either of these 2 year periods but only for a maximum 13 wees at a time during which your pension will be stopped.

Even if you leave for one or more 13 week periods, they are part of the 2 years.

 

correct at 100%

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Lin Da

It’s a long time since this topic was discussed but wondering if there have been changes and how that’s affected everyone?
I know I’m probably talking to myself here but I’m hopeful


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