Expat banking, offshore banking, expat taxes and finance are all daunting issues for new expats. Our new Expat Finance guide is broken down into three sections: banking, tax & finance. Plus, our new Ask the Expert tool enables you to submit your finance questions.
Banking offshore and Expat banking are critical expat services. Moving overseas is not the same experience for every expatriate, and the articles below will help you evaluate what you need to successfully bank abroad.
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.
It is critical to ensure one's financial house is in order prior to moving overseas. Article covers several common international assignee misconceptions with regard to expat finances.
The unrest in Libya, Bahrain and the tsunami in Japan are vivid examples of the unexpected dangers faced when living abroad. How would you move money, pay bills and conduct other necessary banking transactions if you were stuck in the middle of political unrest or living in a country that experienced a natural disaster?
Expat tax is one of the most important aspects of managing one's finances after a move abroad. Do not neglect offshore tax issues or wait until the last minute to explore the financial implications of international living. The articles below will help you start your research into expat taxes.
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.
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.
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.
Expat finance requires proper research while living overseas. Expats are often exposed to offshore investment opportunities not available at home. The articles in this section provides basic overseas finance information to consider while living abroad.
Whatever your reasons for wanting to live overseas and enjoy a global lifestyle, one thing you can still count on, is that you will have to manage your finances. Lisa R. Mitchell discusses financial tips for expats.
David Kuenzi explains how to properly incorporate currency considerations into a sound, long-term investment strategy is much easier than commonly understood.
Kuenzi explains the complex concept of "currency risk" that often clouds investment and financial planning decisions for Americans abroad.