Expat Blog Post Featuring John Marcarian

Jurate Gulbinas   |   17 Jul 2015   |   2 min read

Leading expat social network Expat-blog.com has recently posted an article about John Marcarian and his experiences as an expatriate.

In the article John talks about important issues such as establishing the CST Singapore office, finding the right accommodation, settling in to the Singaporean lifestyle and how Expatland the book can help soon-to-be expatriates.

Specially designed for those living or wishing to live abroad, Expat blog provides you information and advice to settle and live overseas.

Expat blog helps you throughout your project. Discover life in your host country, get in touch with the other expats and find all the info needed for your everyday life.

To read the article, visit the Expat Blog site on www.expat-blog.com or click on the link http://www.expat-blog.com/en/interview/426_john-in-singapore.html

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Expatland by John Marcarian Official London Launch

Jurate Gulbinas   |   22 Apr 2015   |   3 min read

Expatland, the Guide Book for Global Citizens Launches in London

ExpatlandTM may not have its own government or a specified geographical territory, but its inhabitants all need legal, tax and living advice before they move to this ‘country’ of more than 230 million.

John Marcarian, author of the book bearing the same name, coined the term “Expatland” to describe the ‘special country’ where global expatriates live.

The Singapore-based Australian expat has developed a business around helping fellow expats organise their tax, accounting and legal affairs to suit their impending international move, and wrote Expatland as a guide book for future residents of this vast ‘country’ of global citizens.

Expatland will be launched at The Royal Air Force Club, 128 Piccadilly, London, on Thursday, May 7, at 7pm. Guest speakers include Socceroos Captain Mile Jedinak; former Australian Cricket Captain Greg Chappell; and Australian Fast Bowler Jeff Thomson.

“If ExpatlandTM were a country, its population would be that of more than 230 million people of different nationalities. In fact, if it were a single ‘country’, it would be the fifth largest in the world after China, India, US and Indonesia,” Mr Marcarian said.

“Global citizens are travelling to live and work more widely than at any time in the past 50 years. This means the need for cross-border taxation, accounting services, legal and estate planning is essential,” he said.

Some of the myriad challenges facing expats on arrival in their new global home include:

  • Terms and conditions of employment
  • Finding a local support network
  • Staying in touch with family, friends and colleagues
  • Understanding the cultural differences between their home country and adopted Expatland country
  • Whether they need to register with immigration authorities.

“The goal of the book is to guide the reader on how to consider strategies for adapting, living, surviving and thriving in Expatland,” Mr Marcarian said.

To RSVP to this event please email RSVPLondon@csttax.com

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