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The Do’s and Don’ts of British Pensions

The United Kingdom has a robust pension program which helps those who contribute to it. Known as the State Pension, the UK’s pension program can be combined with tax treaties and qualified recognized overseas pensions schemes (known as QROPS) to provide assistance to those who have contributed to National Insurance into retirement but live in…

American Investors in Europe: Between a Rock and a Hard Place

  There’s no doubt that investing some of your hard-earned cash for the future is a sensible decision. But for American expats living in Europe, their options can be thin on the ground. There are however some ways to invest, and we got in touch with Robert Rigby-Hall of Beacon Global Group to find out…

The Do’s and Don’ts of Investing Internationally as an Expat

Starting a new life abroad can be daunting. But now that you’ve settled in, it’s time to think about how you can make the most of your experience. With expats having more accessibility to investments than ever before, now is the time to invest. The following article goes over the Do’s and Dont’s of investing…

Invest for success

There’s no doubt that investing in your future is a smart decision. Whether you’re insuring yourself against financial uncertainty or building a nest-egg for retirement, a well-thought-out investment plan should be high on your list of priorities. But the world of investments can be a minefield of bad advice and questionable choices. It’s hard knowing…

The Do’s and Don’ts of U.S. Expat Finances

It’s happening. You’re moving to a new country– a new way of life. Now you’ve got to plan everything– from housing to transportation and more. You’ll have little time to yourself over the next few months, making arrangements and dealing with curveballs. The best thing you can do when transitioning to a new country is…

The Do’s and Don’ts of Fiscal Residency

Buckle your seatbelt, it’s time to move abroad. Get ready for a new way of life and an entirely new culture to become familiar with. One tricky classification, however, is how your new country’s views your tax status. Each country is different when making classifications about tax status. The same situation could have different tax…

The Do’s and Don’ts of Expatriate Pensions

Pensions come in many shapes and sizes. Whether it’s an employment based pension or social pensions, you will see many variations. Understanding and qualifying for your specific pension program as a domestic citizen can be difficult enough. Adding in foreign circumstances further complicates your status. There are a few things you want to keep in…

The bank that speaks your language

Dutch isn’t an easy language to learn. Visit any bar or café up and down this tiny country and you’ll hear it for yourself. A group of Dutchies speaking at full tilt can sound loud, guttural, and entirely alien. A difficult language coupled with a national love for bureaucracy means that interacting with Dutch systems…

How to handle a challenging move

International relocation isn’t always a case of swapping your comfortable life at home for another equally easy life abroad. Whether by choice or otherwise, you may find yourself whisked halfway around the world to take up a position somewhere most people wouldn’t dream of going. But it’s not all stress and hassle. By keeping a…