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Welcome to the Autumn Edition of Expat Living Magazine!

We examine what it is like to live and work in Qatar.

And look at retirement and property prospects if you are considering a move to Spain.

Plus, how should you manage your money while living overseas? Do you need to take out medical insurance?

Bringing you the essential information you need for your life overseas…

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Welcome to the Expat Money Newsletter for October.

In this month’s edition we consider how expats should find the right insurance cover to suit their circumstances.

We also look at how going abroad may increase your chance of higher pay.

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Welcome to the Expat Jobs Newsletter for September.

In this edition we are keen to help you make sure you register or re-register with Expat Network so that you can fully enjoy all the many benefits available to you on registering.

This month we consider if there has been a significant fall in the number of Britons sent abroad to work.

We also look at a survey showing the best destinations for expats .

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Welcome to the Expat Money Newsletter for September.

In this month’s edition we consider how expats can save for retirement, without falling foul of tax rules.

We also look at how Britons can successfully retire to Europe – Brexit or not.

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Welcome to the Expat Jobs Newsletter for August.

This month we consider how China is now a key destination for business expansion – and for jobs.

We also look at how young people are increasingly heading overseas in search of work and new experiences.

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Welcome to the Expat Money Newsletter for August.

We are once again focusing on the personal finance issues that matter to you as an expat, or would-be expat.

In this month’s edition we consider how changes in foreign exchange can dramatically affect any big cross-border transaction – such as buying a property.

We also look at how important it might be to have kidnap cover in place when working overseas.

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Welcome to the Expat Jobs Newsletter for July.

This month we consider how the internationally mobile are still in demand – but are you a commuter rather than an expat?

We also look at how a criminal record could affect your attempt to enter some countries.

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Welcome to the Expat Money Newsletter for July.

We are once again focusing on the personal finance issues that matter to you as an expat, or would-be expat.

In this month’s edition we consider how expats are taxed, based on their residence status.

We also look at how British expats in the EU may keep healthcare and pensions rights after Brexit.

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Welcome to the Expat Jobs Newsletter for June.

This month we consider how hard is a working assignment in Nigeria.

By contrast, we also examine the easy, tax-favoured retirement life of Portugal.

We also look at the pros and cons of UK property purchase and how you can insure your homeback home.

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Welcome to the Summer Edition of Expat Living Magazine!

Energy for Nigeria: This African nation attracts expats, but is it safe?

UK Property Pros & Cons: Should you consider buying in this market?

Popular Portugal: Important tax breaks for expat retirees.

Home Cover from Afar: Do you have the right insurance to cover your property?

Expat Money News: Finance news you can use.

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Welcome to the Expat Network Money newsletter for June.

We are once again focusing on the personal finance issues that matter to you as an expat, or would-be expat.

In this month’s edition we consider how expats can learn the basics of wealth management.

We also look at how British expats may still be liable for inheritance tax even when UK non-resident.

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Welcome to the Expat Network Jobs newsletter for May.

We are once again focusing on the personal finance issues that matter to you as an expat, or would-be expat.

This month we consider the growing threat from malaria to expats on assignment – and the risks to their employers/recruiters.

We also look at what is normally a taboo subject: expats and mental health.

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Welcome to the Expat Network Money newsletter for May.

We are once again focusing on the personal finance issues that matter to you as an expat, or would-be expat.

In this month’s edition we consider how expats should choose a financial adviser.

We also look at how you can get your expat money questions answered by experts.

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Welcome to the Expat Network Jobs newsletter for April.

In this edition we are keen to help you make sure you register or re-register with Expat Network so that you can fully enjoy all the many benefits available to you on registering.

This month we consider how new work visa rules in Australia, New Zealand and the US could hinder expat workers.

We also look at how British expats can vote in the UK general election.

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Welcome to the Expat Money Newsletter for April. We are once again focusing on the personal finance issues that matter to you as an expat, or would-be expat.

In this month’s edition we consider the difficulties expats face in securing mortgages on UK property purchases – and how these can be overcome.

We also look at important changes to how overseas pensions transfers may be taxed – make sure you avoid the new 25% charge.

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Act now, deadline looming: If you are in Saudi Arabia or UAE you can help us with research and have the chance to win an Amazon Echo, see below.

In this edition we are keen to help you make sure you register or re-register with Expat Network so that you can fully enjoy all the many benefits available to you on registering.

This month we consider a survey of trends in the global energy job market – is it in recovery?

We also suggest you do your research on local living costs before you accept that expat assignment.

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A PASSAGE TO INDIA: What it’s like to live and work in the sub-continent.

In this edition of Expat Living magazine we have brought together a range of features and news which address the expat experience, with a focus on a move to France.

We also look at pension planning for expats. Have you made proper provision for your retirement?

Plus, are you sure you are properly insured for your life as an expat?

We hope this e-magazine brings you the essential information you need for your life overseas.

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Welcome to the Expat Network Money Newsletter for March.

In this month’s edition we consider the best retirement destinations for expats.

We also look at important tax deadlines coming up for American expats.

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Welcome to the Expat Network Jobs Newsletter for February.

In this edition we are keen to help you make sure you register or re-register with Expat Network so that you can fully enjoy all the many benefits available to you on registering.We also guide you through the processes of buying property in Spain.

This month we consider a survey that suggests work opportunities may improve in the Gulf and a new work visa system for the UAE.

We also give you the chance to win an Apple iPad Mini 4 and to appear on TV!

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Welcome to the Expat Network Property Newsletter for February. This information source introduces you to the world of property purchase at home and overseas.

In this edition we consider if we should consider Italy an idyll for property buyers and whether Malta’s property tax breaks can attract you to a life in the Med.

We also guide you through the processes of buying property in Spain.

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Welcome to the Expat Network Money newsletter for February.

In this month’s edition we focus on the property purchase process in different countries and introduce a new guide to moving to Spain.

We also look at how expats’ savings are protected if their financial institution goes bust.

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Welcome to the Expat Network Jobs newsletter for January.

In this edition we are keen to help you make sure you register or re-register with Expat Network so that you can fully enjoy all the many benefits available to you on registering.

This month we consider what makes a successful expat, and fee rises for those working in the Middle East.

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Welcome to the Expat Network Property newsletter for January.

In this edition we consider whether British expats should consider buying property back in the UK, and look at research suggesting a concentration of buy-to-let purchases in south east England.

We also guide you through the processes of buying property in the United States and weigh up prospects for the market in Cyprus.

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Welcome to the Expat Network Money newsletter for January.

We are once again focusing on the personal finance issues that matter to you as an expat, or would-be expat.

In this month’s edition we focus on expat healthcare and the need to have medical insurance in place while on overseas assignment.

We also look at the best destinations for a career abroad in 2017 and how those overseas with sterling incomes are feeling the pinch.

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Welcome to the Expat Network Jobs Newsletter for December.

In this edition we are keen to help you make sure you register or re-register with Expat Network so that you can fully enjoy all the many benefits available to you on registering.

We consider likely pay rises in different parts of the world for 2017 and wonder if Brexit might actually boost expat pensions.

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SIZING UP SINGAPORE: Is it really the best location in the world for expats?

In this edition of Expat Living we have brought together a range of features and news which address the expat experience, whether you are heading for Singapore to work, or Spain to relax.

We also look at property prospects if you are considering a move to Australia or New Zealand and investigate how you can get a better foreign exchange deal.

Plus, are you sure you are properly insured for your life as an expat?

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Welcome to the Expat Network Money newsletter for December.

We are once again focusing on the personal finance issues that matter to you as an expat, or would-be expat.

In this month’s edition we focus on managing your wealth, especially planning for retirement.

We also look at the opportunities in the UK property market and provide guidance on a move to Spain.

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Welcome to the Expat Network Jobs newsletter for November.

In this edition we are keen to help you make sure you register or re-register with Expat Network so that you can fully enjoy all the many benefits available to you on registering.

We consider which employers are rated best by professionals in the oil and gas industry.

There’s also a rating of which European countries are best for working conditions and pay.

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Welcome to the Expat Network Property newsletter for November.

This new information source introduces you to the world of property purchase at home and overseas.

In this edition we consider a rush by foreign buyers into the Dubai property opportunity and a report on a buoyant buy-to-let market in the UK.

We also guide you through the processes of buying property in Italy.

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Welcome to the Expat Network Money newsletter for November.

We are once again focusing on the personal finance issues that matter to you as an expat, or would-be expat.

In this month’s edition we focus on banking for expats, asking if you should consider placing your money offshore.

We also provide reminders that your tax and residence status is of great importance if you are to avoid paying unnecessary tax, and that premiums are falling on a contractors’ health insurance plan.

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Welcome to the Expat Network Jobs newsletter for October.

As well as links to some of the many new job opportunities available at www.expatnetwork.com, we explore some of the many issues affecting your working life as an expat – or would-be expat.

In this edition we are keen to help you make sure you register or re-register with Expat Network so that you can fully enjoy all the many benefits available to you on registering.

We consider the effect the UK’s decision to leave the EU is having on job searches and report on how expats may now have electoral votes for life.

There’s also a reminder that you can get detailed information on buying expat medical insurance.

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Welcome to the Expat Network Property newsletter for October.

This new information source introduces you to the world of property purchase at home and overseas.

In this first edition we consider why Britons are still favouring property purchase in France and the moderation of the property price increases in Spain.

We also guide you through the processes of buying property in Portugal.

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Welcome to the Expat Network Money newsletter for October.

We are once again focusing on the personal financial issues that matter to you as an expat, or would-be expat.

In this month’s edition we focus on pensions for expats, especially in light of the UK’s decision to leave the EU.

We also examine the best savings rates available in offshore banking, and introduce a new expat healthcare information service.

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Welcome to the Expat Network Jobs newsletter for September.

Whatever else is happening in the expat world, now might be the time to think about getting your next assignment, or preparing yourself for employment changes – foreseen or unforeseen. That is why we have been very busy making sure expatnetwork.com is packed full of the latest job vacancies, classified by role and by industry type.

Read about Singaporeranked the best place for expats for the second year in a row, in a new survey.

We explore how you can find out about expat healthcare from a new, independent resource provided by Expat Network. A new website, www.expathealthcare.com, provides fully-independent answers to the many questions you may raise as an expat about making sure you are healthy – and have proper insurance cover – while overseas.

There’s also a reminder that you can get your expat money questions answered for free!  If you have a question about your expat personal finances, don’t hesitate to drop us a line. Our expert expat money panel is ready to answer any questions you have.

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Welcome to the Expat Money Newsletter for September.

We are once again focusing on the personal financial issues that matter to you as an expat, or would-be expat.

In this month’s edition we focus on foreign exchange: how you can do currency transfers as cheaply as possible, and how Brexit is affecting exchange rates.

We also examine a proposal for the Saudi authorities to tax expats on money sent home and how expats’ rental costs are changing across the world.

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Welcome to the Expat Network Jobs newsletter for August.

As well as links to some of the many new job opportunities available, we explore some of the many issues affecting your working life as an expat – or would-be expat.

In this edition we are keen to help you make sure you register or re-register with Expat Network so that you can fully enjoy all the many benefits available to you on registering.

We also explore insurance cover if you are moving to a high-risk area of the world and how to understand how international payments are made.

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Welcome to the August edition of the Expat Network newsletter, full of the latest news affecting those living and working overseas and for those planning a move abroad.

In this edition we look at the latest job offers open to those wishing to work overseas. Below in Featured Jobs we detail just a fraction of the employment opportunities we hold on our database, classified by industry.

The UK’s decision to leave the European Union has caused some confusion for Britons leaving to work and live in the EU. Will you still be able to get working visas?

Also important for those willing and able to work overseas is to keep track of where new contracts are being awarded. Below in Contract News we showcase just a few of the many contract details loaded on our website.

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Welcome to the Expat Money Newsletter for August. We are once again focusing on the personal financial issues that matter to you as an expat, or would-be expat.

In this month’s edition we focus on the important expat concerns of tax and residence, both for Britons and Americans abroad. Don’t fall foul of the taxman.

We also have a focus on pensions, life insurance and medical cover for expats, who often need specialist policies.

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Welcome to the July edition of the Expat Network newsletter, full of the latest news affecting those living and working overseas and for those planning a move abroad.

The UK’s decision to leave the European Union is obviously of crucial importance – particularly for those who live and work abroad. We consider how Brexit might affect workers going overseas.

In this edition we look at the latest job offers open to those wishing to work overseas. Below inFeatured Jobs we detail just a fraction of the employment opportunities we hold on our database, classified by industry.

Also important for those willing and able to work overseas is to keep track of where new contracts are being awarded. Below in Contract News we showcase just a few of the many contract details loaded on our website.

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Welcome to the Expat Money Newsletter for July. We are once again focusing on the personal financial issues that matter to you as an expat, or would-be expat.

In this month’s edition we focus on the possible changes to expats’ financial position in the aftermath of Brexit. Of course, there is still great uncertainty, but we consider what we already know in the areas of the economy and currencies.

We also have a focus on insurance for expats, especially the need for international medical cover while you are overseas.

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The Summer edition of Expat Living magazine is now available to read completely free of charge.

You can learn about life in Saudi Arabia and Portugal, property purchase in Italy, whether to buy or rent a home, and what to consider doing with your pension.

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Welcome to the Expat Money Newsletter for June. We are once again focusing on the personal financial issues that matter to you as an expat, or would-be expat.

Your Latest Free-To-Use Money News & Resources.

In this month’s edition we have a particular focus on how expats can raise a mortgage – either on a foreign property or a UK buy-to-let.

We also remind Americans abroad about important tax deadlines and – can you escape it? – how expats in Europe will vote on Brexit.

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Now’s the time to think about getting your next assignment, or preparing yourself for employment changes – foreseen or unforeseen.

That is why we have been very busy making sure expatnetwork.com is packed full of the latest job vacancies, classified by role and by industry type.

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Welcome to the Expat Money Newsletter for April. We are once again focusing on the personal financial issues that matter to you as an expat, or would-be expat.

Your Latest Free-To-Use Money News & Resources.

In this month’s edition we have a particular focus on how contractors should structure their employment arrangements and how they are paid.

We also examine how China is building a database of expert expats and detail the best rates of interest being paid by offshore banks.

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Welcome to the May edition of the Expat Network newsletter, full of the latest news affecting those living and working overseas and for those planning a move abroad.

Your Latest Free-To-Use Money News & Resources.

In this edition we look at the latest job offers open to those wishing to work overseas. Below in Featured Jobs we detail just a fraction of the employment opportunities we hold on our database, classified by industry.

In this edition you will also find introductions to special features on New Zealand, how it is drawing in record numbers of migrants and is trying to attract IT specialists.

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Welcome to the Expat Money Newsletter for April. We are once again focusing on the personal financial issues that matter to you as an expat, or would-be expat.

Your Latest Free-To-Use Money News & Resources.

In this month’s edition we consider the merits of internet finance, discover that the number of younger expats is on the rise, and that older expats can find more affordable property overseas if they know where to look.

We also learn how UK inheritance tax can affect expats and showcase the best offshore bank savings rates.

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The new Spring edition of Expat Network’s e-magazine Expat Living is now available.

Gateway To The USA: America is open for business and able to attract expats! Head For Hong Kong: Plan a move to ‘China offshore’! Managing Expat Money: Learn to save and invest tax-efficiently as an expat.

In this month’s edition we feature the property market, whether you are buying overseas or renting out your house back home. We also cover a new health insurance plan just for expats and guidance on doing business effectively wherever you are in the world.

This month we have brought together a range of features and news which address the expat experience, whethe