Advice for expats living abroad and those preparing to move overseas.
With it's warm culture, thriving cities and beautiful countryside, expats agree that Spain has it all. Expats share their tips and experiences living in Spain.
Are you considering the Middle East as a possible business venture but the World crisis has brought to you second thoughts? Following are some interesting facts about Dubai that can give you a general idea of where, this city is and its future plans. I hope you find this information useful...enjoy.
With its booming economy and increasingly better standards of living, China is a major destination point for expats from all over the world. Author Navjot Singh offers great tips for newcomers to China.
Many people are keen on the idea of retiring abroad but may not know what to do in terms of their finances for a move overseas. The more retirement planning you do, the easier it may be when it comes to making the move.
Our working in Paris guide offers information and tips for expats and others who want to work in Paris.
Our working in London guide offers information and tips for expats and others that want to work in London.
A review of Paula Lucas' book about move to the Middle East. In her book, she describes how she struggled to survive and protect her children from her abusive husband.
For US residents, Obamacare has wide-reaching implications and will affect both the financial landscape of healthcare as well as coverage options. US expats, on the other hand, may be exempt. To help you understand how this Act may affect you and your US taxes abroad, we have outlined the 3 critical components of Obamacare you need to know.
A Maltese QROPS is by far the most popular option for British retirees, allowing UK pensions to be transferred offshore to reduce tax burden. If retirees choose to live in Malta they will enjoy this, plus a great tax rate, EU government stability, a lower cost of living than much of mainland Europe and a less crowded vibe than so many other vacation hotspots in the area.
Before you get carried away in the excitement and romanticism of emigrating, read our guide on getting the process started.
This article outlines two programs that the IRS offers that allow for lower penalties for those who want to voluntarily come forward and get back on track.
With other warm countries offering a cheaper cost of living, why is there a major increase in the number of British retirees in Australia. Here are 5 reasons why.
There are many obstacles that Expats will face when buying a car in the United States. James Krulder, General Manager of International AutoSource advises on the top five things that Expats need to know.
What happens when expat marriages go wrong? Who do you turn to for divorce advice and, more fundamentally, where can you actually get divorced? Susan Harwood, an experienced divorce and family lawyer, offers advice to expats in this article.
Kay Barney offers a great list of to dos before and during a repatriation to Australia. Her advice is universal and helpful for anyone repatriating.
Member ilenebalt has traveled extensively and shares many helpful tips and tricks to avoid pickpockets and other crimes.
If you're considering a move abroad, it might not be the best decision to sell off all your assets only to find out that expat life isn't for you. Thankfully there's a way to try before you buy: house sitting.
Talking about inheritance is not an easy task due to the very nature and complication of the Italian Law. Giandomenico De Tullio of De Tullio Law Firm discusses Italian inheritance.
All U.S. citizens and green card holders who meet the minimum income requirements below are required to file a tax return regardless of where they live.
The United States has entered into income tax treaties with more than 60 countries. However, there's very little U.S. tax relief available to a U.S. citizen who's living abroad under the terms of an income tax treaty.
Form 8938 and the FBAR are two different forms that many expats need to file to report foreign accounts. So, how do you know which one to file? This outline, prepared by Greenback Expat Tax Services, outlines the differences between the two.
Rob Kellaghan shares 5 top tips for families relocating to Shanghai - from where to live to how to meet people.
H&R Block offers advice to expats about what to do if you receive a letter from the IRS.
Thanks to Susan Stults Korthase for this helpful overview of current requirements to begin the process of obtaining a Residency Visa when moving from the US to Portugal.
Expat Financial's David Tompkins provides an overview of the types of expat health insurance from travel medical insurance to long-term expat health insurance.