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Thanks for using Just Answer.It never hurts to ask your employer if they would be willing to send money from your paycheck to your loan provider but they wouldn't be legally obligated to do it for you.It may be easier to set up an automatic payment from your bank account with the student loan servicer. It should be something they can do even though you are located in another country.I hope this information is helpful, please don't forget to rate me!Thank you,Amber
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You can ask but they may charge you the fee to send the money overseas.
All money you are paid is post tax. Your employer has to withhold your tax and pay it to the ATO.
If you are a resident in australia you should be taxed the same. If you are paying more tax it may be that you have not completed the document that gives you the tax free threshold.
If you are a non resident then you are on a higher tax rate and you cannot change that.