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Expat Money Newsletter - May 2018

Welcome to the Expat Money Newsletter for May. This month we look at the Golden Visa Residency and Citizenship options in Europe and around the world. Costs and benefits vary significantly.

Investwits have launched their new Expat Investors Club which provides expats with the opportunity to share views on the investment market with other expats and gain the insight of other investors and industry specialists.

We have also produced a new Guide to Living in Portugal.

The Expat Team

Citizenship And Residency By Investment

Expat Tax 1: British Expats Should Keep Records

Internationally mobile investors and entrepreneurs are often keen to gain the advantages of permanent residence or citizenship in a second country. Investor Visas or Golden Visas as they are commonly known can facilitate residence or citizenship if you meet the requirements for that country.

Investor Visas In The US

Investor visas are a way for those who are attracted to the USA to gain residency rights. The world’s largest economy offers the allure of the American dream and a wide range of different lifestyles across this vast country.

There are different options for entrepreneurs wanting to move to America depending on the circumstances and whether you are wanting to move there temporarily or permanently and how much you are able to invest.

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Australia’s Investor Visa

For those in a position to invest or set up a business in Australia there are a number of routes to gaining permanent residence and/or citizenship in Australia. The most common route is via a temporary 188 visa which allows you to become a permanent resident after four years or there is the direct route to permanent residence through the Business Talent Visa.

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Post-Brexit Solutions To Retention Of EU Rights: Health, Travel & Pension

As the Brexit discussion and debate in the UK continues to rage, with little clarity as to the practical implications of the country’s departure from the EU, many people simply want to understand what this means in terms of the everyday aspects of their lives.

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Launch of Expat Investors Club

The Expat Investors Club is a social network where expats can meet online and share insights with other investors who are potentially interested in similar markets and face similar cross-jurisdictional issues.

It is powered by Investwits, who are taking their investor network concept from its Danish roots to expand to expats internationally.

Expat Investors Club

Meeting the June US Tax Deadline: A Guide for Expats Who Have Never Filed

The United States is one of just a few countries that employ lifelong tax reporting requirements for its citizens. So, many US expats are stunned when they find out that they are required to file annual US tax returns – regardless of how long they have lived abroad. Greenback Expat Tax Services has composed a quick reference guide to what expats need to know to become compliant by the June 15th deadline, even if they have never filed and are wondering where to begin.

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Best Savings Rates In Expat Banking

Expat Tax 1: British Expats Should Keep Records

The best current offering for sterling offshore savers is Skipton International’s 1.25%, if you have £10,000 and can give 200 days’ notice of withdrawals.

You can beat this rate if you can leave your savings untouched for three years. Skipton International offer 1.5% annually over this period for a £10,000 minimum.

For dollars, Standard Bank pays 1.05% for $10,000 or more, with 196 days’ notice.

Service Directory

Expat Network’s online Service Directories includes companies to assist with your life overseas. This month we profile Immigration and Visa Services.

Your Free Guide To Living In Portugal

Living & Working In China

Portugal offers a warm climate, relaxed lifestyle and has its Golden Visa and Non Habitual Residence Programmes to attract expats to live there. Many head for the Algarve but there are other attractive regions to choose in Portugal.

Make the transition work better with this free-to-download, full-colour guide. Your Guide To Living In Portugal provides you with guidance on the issues you will need to address as you plan your move, whether that is to retire, buy a second property or simply enjoy a whole new life.

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