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Financial advice for couples – How to avoid the stress of financial struggles

The topic of money has long been a delicate subject. Discussion of finances is something that was considered taboo in polite company. This attitude left many couples unsure of how to broach the conversation with their significant other, especially during times of financial strain, until it was too late. Fighting over finances is the second…

It’s time to take control of your 401k!

Are you an expat, or have you been an expat, have you worked in the United States and do you – still – have a 401k in the U.S? This could be a mistake! Expat Retirement Planning Working as a cross-border professional chances are you are accumulating pension plans and retirement assets all over the…

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A New Hope for American Investors in the Netherlands

American expats with some extra money lying around found themselves in a bit of a jam in recent years. Until quite recently, convoluted tax compliance laws, wary institutions, and complicated cross-border planning meant that if you had some extra money sitting in your bank account, it more than likely just sat there.

The Do’s and Don’ts of Inheritance Tax Planning (Netherlands)

Our friends at Beacon Financial Education recently published an article about inheritance tax planning on their website. Expat Republic asked them to rehash this information as well as give us some Dutch specific examples. The following article is about the do’s and don’ts of inheritance tax planning while living in the Netherlands. The Basic Planning…

The Ins and Outs of Property Investment in The Netherlands

Expatriate life brings many opportunities, culturally, educationally, in terms of career and investment opportunities. For internationals living in Europe, depending on your situation, where you are from, how long you intend your expat journey to last, your stage in life and a whole range of other influencing factors and needs, there are many solutions for…

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…