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Let’s face it: we all want to save money. However, when it comes to securing most forms of insurance – especially expat car insurance – jargon...
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At a loss over losing money when you need to send cash back home? It’s a common problem for expats who are getting stung by excessive...
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As the Brexit discussion and debate in the UK continues to rage, with little clarity as to the practical implications of the country’s departure from the...
The deal to delay full Brexit for another 20 months is reassuring for expats and would-be expats, but the clock is still ticking to get ready...
Expat Network has produced a new guide especially for those who are thinking of relocating to America. Your Guide To Living In America focuses on the issues...
So you are moving to Australia! Make the transition work better with this free-to-download, full-colour guide. Your Guide To Living In Australia provides you with guidanc...
Moving to France remains a popular choice amongst expats looking to change their way of life. There are many different French regions to choose from and...
As most Expat Network users know, the world is more globalized than ever before, and people are crossing boundaries all the time to make themselves a...
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Expat Living Magazine – Spring 2018 Get All The Latest On Expat Living We discuss the continuing attraction of Australia as an expat destination and look at the ran...
Whatever reason you have for taking the plunge and moving abroad, there’s a lot of planning that goes into it. One of the most important things...
When applying for a job abroad your CV or resume, and increasingly your LinkedIn profile, is the first contact that you have with your potential employer...
Seasoned recruiters will tell you that experienced professionals often make similar mistakes on their CV that the recent university graduates make. Even though you may be...
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Expat Network has produced a new guide especially for those who are thinking of relocating to France. Your Guide To Living In France focuses on the issues...
You just got a job offer that looks sweet in so many ways. Before you jump at the chance, think about all of the issues that...
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The United States is one of just a few countries that employ lifelong tax reporting requirements for its citizens. So, many US expats are stunned when...
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You could enjoy a decade of generous tax breaks by moving to Portugal. The ‘non-habitual resident’ (NHR) scheme offers new residents special tax benefits for their...
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Brexit day is set for 29th March 2019 and so with a year to go, what do we know about Brexit?  The focus currently is on...
Here we look at where you should live in Australia, looking at the highlights of life in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia...
The impact of the Brexit referendum has made investing in UK property for British expatriates an attractive prospect. Yet the practicalities of doing so can be...
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There are so many decisions to make and things to plan when you’re moving abroad, so we’re here to make at least one of those things...
Expat Network has produced a new guide especially for those who are thinking of relocating to Spain. Your Guide To Living In Spain focuses on the...
The Expat Investors Club is a social network where expats can meet online and share insights with other investors who are potentially interested in similar markets and...
If you are leaving Britain to live abroad there are a number of financial measures you can take before you go to save you facing problems...
A US citizen living and working abroad can use the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion as a shield against US taxes. Here is how to maximize the...
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Here are the latest expat savings rates. Many expats can benefit from using offshore bank savings accounts. They are useful for working in different currencies and...
Moving to Spain can be daunting. It is a beautiful country: warm, friendly and fun to live in. We know the pros – the good weather,...
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So you are moving to Portugal! Make the transition work better with this free-to-download, full-colour guide. Your Guide To Living In Portugal provides you with guidance...
In this comprehensive and useful guide we cover the issues you will need to consider and list the actions needed to arrange a successful move....

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