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Malta loses its shine in latest expat survey

Malta loses its shine in latest expat survey
Malta’s shock survey result shows a shift in sentiment about the formerly popular expat destination. In the past, the island of Malta has been highly rated as a destination for expats looking to work or retire either in its historical capital or in the charm of its rural regions. Sadly, the honeymoon seems over, as the recent Expat...

Expats in EU warned to exchange UK driving licences before Brexit

Expats in EU warned to exchange UK driving licences before Brexit
The British Foreign Office is urging UK expats in Europe to exchange their UK driving licenses in preparation for a no-deal Brexit. Although the warning comes possibly too late as regards some EU member states' bureaucratic procedures, it’s an unpleasant fact that a no-deal Brexit on 29 March will render all British drivers’ licenses...

Caring for the environment as part of your expat strategy

Caring for the environment as part of your expat strategy
More than ever before, the environment is as much the concern of everyday people as it is for governments, but should it be part of expats’ destination choices? In Britain, many millions are now taking the plight of the environment seriously by doing their best to recycle, reduce their carbon footprints and use green energy. However,...

Rising cost of living in Estonia is bad news for expat entrepreneurs

Rising cost of living in Estonia is bad news for expat entrepreneurs
Is Estonia’s escalating cost of living bad news for expat entrepreneurs? According to expat bloggers who’ve lived in Estonia for a good while, the country’s rising cost of living is a cause for real concern. Expats who use the country as their business base and travel regularly to other European capitals claim Estonian is now a far...

Brits and EU citizens are deserting the UK whilst there?s still time

Brits and EU citizens are deserting the UK whilst there?s still time
The ongoing Brexit chaos and confusion has forced an exodus from the UK of Britons as well as EU citizens. Since the shock result of the Brexit referendum, many thousands of British citizens living and working in the bloc have taken the painful decision to become citizens of their chosen EU countries of residence....

What expats need to know about the French healthcare system

What expats need to know about the French healthcare system
If you’ve decided to go ahead with your plans to move to France in spite of the Brexit chaos, checking your healthcare rights and options is a necessity. However healthy you are, accidents can happen and French infections can play havoc with your British-based immune system. Healthcare in France is amongst the world’s best, but...

Wealthier expats should compare tax perks in popular retirement destinations

Wealthier expats should compare tax perks in popular retirement destinations
For several decades, sunny Portugal has been a refuge for British expat pensioners looking to enjoy their leisurely lives in a warm climate offering welcome tax exemptions for wealthier incomers. The capital, Lisbon, along with the Algarve region and Porto are still all-time favourites for those wishing to become tax residents....

Pros and cons of expat life in Russia

Pros and cons of expat life in Russia
Russia is hardly ever out of the headlines nowadays for political reasons, but what’s it really like to be an expat in this controversial land? Whilst it has to be said that expat professionals aren’t exactly queuing up to take on career advancement relocation to this uncomfortably Communist heartland, for many expat wanderers it’s...

Expat investors buy entire Spanish village for ?150,000

Expat investors buy entire Spanish village for ?150,000
A deserted Spanish village included in Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow’s Christmas wish list has been purchased lock, stock and barrel by a Dutch couple. The tiny village of Lugo in Galicia is set in the Eo Valley and comprises just a few buildings including a 350m2 house, a granary, two haylofts and a few more structures scattered...

Golden Visas finally under investigation for links to money laundering and organised crime

Golden Visas finally under investigation for links to money laundering and organised crime
Following the OECD’s blacklisting of 21 jurisdictions offering so-called ‘golden visas’, regulators are cracking down on links between the programmes, tax evasion and organised crime. First brought in as an easy source of revenue for various governments and later consolidated into a straightforward if expensive way to get a second...