Hi all, Sorry if i'm being very dim, but can anyone point me in the right direction of articles to read about teaching abroad. I've been thinking about it a while, but haven't thought that much about tax implications and what should be minimum offered by school to lure me away from the UK. I have 2 interviews lined up shortly. . . . The first: School Type: High School Teaching Subject: Math Location: Central Taiwan?Yunlin Vacancies for : 2012/09/01 Monthly Salary: NT$65,000/month Teaching Hours: 20~25/week Housing Stipend NT$ 2500 & Assisted by the school Air-Ticket & other benefits: To be announced during the interview. Paid vacation: Chinese new year paid holiday that falls either in January or February by Taiwanese law. (Weekend included) - Other Paid national holidays. (In accordance with the school?s calendar) - Nation laborer insurance and health insurance provided - Work permit & alien resident visa (ARC): Provided . . . Secondackage includes: . Up to £32K tax free pro rata . Accommodation allowance (AED 80,500) or company furnished accommodation . 3 year contract (3 months probation) . Arrival flights . Flight at the end of contract . Flight Allowance AED 7,000 AED per annum (teacher and dependents included) not including arrival and departure flights . Holiday . Medical insurance for teacher and dependents . Free education at BISAD for up to 2 children . End of service Gratuity . No baggage allowance Are those potential jobs looking fair? I am a maths teaching currently on M5 in the UK, no partner or children to take with me. Willing to go to most places, but concerned that the webpages don't have that much info, especially the Taiwan job. Thanks for any help or advice.