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I’m working with a German contractor, billing it for my services through my UK limited company. I have heard that after two years contracting by German...
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...
More than one in three expats mention their job or business as their most important reason for relocating. 15 per cent moved abroad because they found...
From July, Saudi Arabia is collecting a new tax from expats and their dependants, a move that is seen to boost the country’s revenues amid weak...
In managing your money you may wish first to consider your residence and tax situation before looking at the principles of investing. By Iain Yule First...
The NHS could face a bill of almost half a billion pounds if retired British people currently living in other EU countries decide to return to...
My wife and I have permanent residence in Bermuda. We are returning to the UK for maybe several months to assist with the care of my elderly...
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The UK government has proposed keeping current healthcare and pensions rights for British citizens living in European Economic Area (EEA) countries after Brexit. In a Jun...
Voyager Insurance Services has launched Voyager Plus Travel Insurance, which rebrands and replaces its former WEBroker Travel Insurance product with new features. The pla...
Research has shown that 30 per cent of expats said that they relocated for better career opportunities and a quarter listed increased pay and benefits. A...
When moving to a new expat posting, often the best-known expat school is the obvious choice for your child. Even when there are wider options, often...
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...
When a person becomes an expat, there are many things to worry about upon arriving in a new home country. Fortunately for many, health insurance is...
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 – Summer 2017 Get All The Latest On Expat Living ENERGY FOR NIGERIA: What it’s like to live and work in the sub-continent, see...
You may not be aware as a British expat who pays no UK income or capital gains taxes that you can still be liable to inheritance...

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