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Expats in The Bahamas share 13 key considerations for anyone planning to move to the Bahamas.
Expats in Ireland have a lot of options when they consider where they would like to live on the Emerald Isle. From great cities like Dublin and Galway, to more rustic areas such as Killarney, this is a good start for expats looking to explore where they will be happiest in Ireland.
Expats in Mexico share important tips for people preparing to move to Mexico. From banking in Mexico to finding a safe city, read these 8 tips before moving to Mexico.
Expats offer tips and insight into what it's like to live in Honduras. The discuss crime in Honduras, the slow pace of life, culture shock, where to live in Honduras and more.
Expats in the United Kingdom live in one of the most sought after destinations in the world. Its four countries - England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland - offer expats a broad range of expatriate experiences.
Do you have to buy a round trip ticket when moving to Panama? How difficult is it to bring my dog? Should I buy a home in Panama? Can I find health insurance that covers me in Panama and my home country when I travel back to visit relatives?
Expats in Ecuador share their experiences with healthcare and overseas medical insurance in Ecuador.
Should you become an expat? Is moving overseas for career development, as a self-initiated expat or for an international education the right choice for you?
Expats in Portugal live in a country with a health system designed to provide universal coverage. Susan Stults Korthase offers information about how the system fared in a recent international survey about European health systems.
Expats all seem to have a different take on befriending other expats. Some ridicule peers who move abroad and hang with other expats. The majority of expats find that befriending other expats helps to ease culture shock. Ruth Jewett shares her personal experiences living in Taiwan.
Expats in the United States live in the most sought after destination country in the world. Here are some tips and resources for finding out what you need to get there, and how to succeed once you're in the U.S.
Avvocato Carlo Bottino offers an overview of the Italian property buying process and related legal considerations. Expats interested in buying property in Italy should understand the steps - and hire an Italian lawyer!
Many expats setup mail forwarding services before they move abroad. Here are the top 5 reasons that mail forwarding is essential for expats from our partner, US Global Mail.
From the best beach towns to buying property, expats in El Salvador offer advice for expats and people moving to El Salvador.
Expats living in Mexico discuss health insurance and quality of medical care in Mexico.
Expats in Texas live in one of the largest states in the United States. Here are some tips for expats on how to successfully move to, and settle into, one of the most iconic American states.
Expats in Italy share 7 important tips for those preparing to retire in Italy.
Expats in Singapore should prepare for a complicated tax system their relocation. Here are 10 tips to help expats manage this critical aspect of their finances abroad.
Expats in Spain share their experiences with healthcare and overseas medical insurance in Spain.
It's time for U.S. expats to explore what they'll need to file properly for the 2016 tax year. David McKeegan of Greenback Expat Tax Services offers tax bracket information and others facts you need to know.
Expats celebrate Christmas throughout the world, and Expat Exchange has captured that experience over the years. Here's a blend of what we've published in the past, as well as some options to consider for making the 2016 holiday season a festive one.
Expats in Finland live in a country that borders Sweden, Norway and Russia and offers a successful western economy. Here are some tips to get expats acquainted with life in Finland.
Expats in Colombia share experiences with the Colombian healthcare system. Tips cover EPS, quality of medical care, hospital stays and more.
Expats in Tokyo have several neighborhoods worth considering when they move abroad. Individual needs, such as proximity to work, international schools in Tokyo and other factors will help determine the best choice for each expat and expat family.
Expats living in St Albans live in a suburb with a very easy commute to London. Almost all of the areas within St Albans are desirable. In addition to a lot of options for enjoying the great outdoors, there's plenty of shopping, dining, and pubs.