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Hi there ,
I just popped in from the 'get started' board with a reccomendation to ask my question here.
I'm an Aussi with a Japanese family .
I have a small school of my own.
I have no retiremant plan set up and I'm 52.
I've been travelling the globe most of my life without settling anywhere until recently. A few years ago I aquired an instant family with two teenagers to boot.
I love em all to death .I would like to set up something for my wife and my retirement life.My somewhat diversified portfolio which consists of about 35% Gems and Rule Breakers plus a few dissasters of my own choosing 30% in a fixed 9% mortgage trust and 30% in realestate in NZ ( also a kind of joint venture thing.
I have some cash but would like to capatalise on the bebefite of an IRA or a Roth .
Any one out there have some international understanding re this ?

deep Mcmillan

Can I have a retirement plan in Australia if I work and pay taxes in Japan?
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