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Brexit gives buy to let opportunities to expats and investors

Brexit gives buy to let opportunities to expats and investors
Expat property investors are getting better deals due to the Brexit effect on UK house prices. If investing in a UK buy-to-let property is part of your expatriate financial strategy, now’s the time to take the plunge. Uncertainties due to the chaotic Brexit negotiations and the continuing possibility of a no-deal exit are now slowing...

Overseas retirement dreamers caught up in pensions tax grab

Overseas retirement dreamers caught up in pensions tax grab
If you’re working and saving hard in the hope of retiring in upscale comfort overseas, you may be in for a very unpleasant shock via the UK taxman. More than a million workers are now at risk of falling foul of the ‘pensions lifetime allowance’ limit of £1.03 million, with another 1.3 million of those coming up to retirement in the...

Cyprus wins on low rents but expats consider other issues

Cyprus wins on low rents but expats consider other issues
Expatriates in Cyprus fall into two categories - retirees and career-oriented professionals happy to move on whenever necessary. Cyprus’s expat demographics resemble those of Spain and France rather than the UAE, Hong Kong and Singapore. as the Mediterranean island isn’t exactly a career-oriented top-talent hotspot. However, it’s...

Financing expat kids’ university education whilst in the UAE

Financing expat kids’ university education whilst in the UAE
One major problem hitting on expat families in the UAE is funding their childrens’ university-level education. Expat professionals in Dubai with university-aged kids are facing up to the dilemma of covering the costs of their offsprings’ studying for a degree at an overseas university. Unless parents are at the top of the tree as...

Surveys designed for multinationals not expats

Surveys designed for multinationals not expats
Survey after survey listing the best, the cheapest, the worst, the most expensive and the safest cities are being avidly consumed by would-be expats hoping to make the right relocation choice. Sadly, this huge number of hopefuls are looking in the wrong place for the right information, as list after list after list is deliberately aimed...

Brexit causing chaos for this years? UK expat Erasmus students

Brexit causing chaos for this years? UK expat Erasmus students
Whatever happens now as regards Brexit, this year’s crop of Erasmus students are facing uncertainty. British Erasmus students already studying at European universities have been let off the hook by the EU’s guarantee of funding in the event of a no-deal Brexit. It’s also prepared to support European students studying in British...

100 financial companies leaving London for Dublin

100 financial companies leaving London for Dublin
Thousands of workers and billions of dollars are now heading to Dublin to avoid the worst effects of Brexit. Some 100 financial companies are now in the process of moving their staff and operations to Dublin in order to be able to continue their businesses unhampered by the effects of Brexit. On March 29, a minute before midnight, some...

UK MPs join fight for expat losers in PremierFX scam

UK MPs join fight for expat losers in PremierFX scam
One of the first risks encountered by newly-arrived expats is that of being scammed out of their savings by dodgy financial advisors working illegally in popular retirement destinations. It’s a sad fact of emigration to a new land overseas that many new arrivals are befriended by seemingly friendly expatriates looking to defraud them...

Bangkok now 10th most expensive Asian city for expats

Bangkok now 10th most expensive Asian city for expats
Bangkok is now number 10 on the list of the most expensive Asian cities for expatriates. For the first time, the Thai capital is now featuring high on the list of the most expensive locations for expats relocating to Asia. Average rental charges have soared this year due to landlords taking advantage of a huge increase in the number of...

UK expats in Australia facing private pension transfer problems

UK expats in Australia facing private pension transfer problems
British expat retirees in Australia and those planning to arrive post-Brexit may be hit by the economic fallout resulting from the UK’s EU divorce. Although Brexit, whatever its final result, is unlikely to have a negative effect on British pension transfers to Oz, UK retirees may well lose out on their returns as sterling crashes....