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Do you think that now is a good time to relocate to the continent? I am not sure how things are going to pan out, and...
Relationship breakdown is always stressful, but if your marriage has run into trouble after moving overseas, the thought of sorting out finances and child issues in...
My wife and I have been expats since 2000 and are likely to return to the UK this year. We have invested in UK property as...
A new overseas pension transfer tax could see the UK taxman take a quarter of expats’ transferred funds. Those thinking of moving UK pensions need to...
British expats who have been registered to vote in the UK within the last 15 years can register as an overseas elector, to be able to...
We are quickly approaching the first of several US tax deadlines – and as an American abroad, it’s time to begin preparing to file your US...
A new survey gives American expats an opportunity to unite in speaking their minds about expat taxes, the recent US presidential election and more. The results...
Once you have decided to relocate you have to choose from the many removals companies operating between the UK and your destination. You then have to...
If you are considering working overseas you should find out before you go how far your salary is going to stretch. Luckily there is new research...
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Moving to a new country is very exciting but adapting to a new culture can be stressful and make you feel confused and disorientated. Preparing your...
Following a year of massive redundancies caused by the collapse in oil prices, the Gulf region is finally set to witness a stabilisation in job cuts...
2016 wasn’t the greatest year that we’ve seen in our life, with Brexit, Donald Trump’s surprise election win and the fall of the pound; expats everywhere...
Moving to a new job, a new town, a new country – effectively a new life – is challenging. Add in the fear and guilt that...
Jobseekers could find it harder to land expat assignments as the US, Australia and New Zealand bring in new expat visa rules. Temporary skilled worker laws...
For many, moving to a new country means making big adjustments due to the different culture and systems. If, for example, you were moving from a...
Buying UK property as a British expat used to be tricky – yet, thanks to mortgage products specifically created for this purpose, and new applications that...
Many expats can benefit from using offshore bank savings accounts. They are useful for working in different currencies and for gathering interest without deduction of tax...
Expat Living Magazine – Spring 2017 Get All The Latest On Expat Living A PASSAGE TO INDIA: What it’s like to live and work in the sub-continent,...
As the Brexit trigger was pulled, the reaction of many British expats was to stay on the sidelines, avoid committing to any major new purchases and...

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