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Whether you're already living abroad or preparing to move overseas, our Expat Guide to Living Overseas can help guide you. For answers to specific questions, use our Country Forums to talk with other expats and retirees already living abroad.

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Transitioning in France: How to prepare for a Smooth Move to France

Helpful guide for those moving to France and relocating within France. Information about setting up and terminating rental contracts, water, taxes, Carte Gris, electricity and gas service, insurance, telephone service, postal service and more.

Expat Finance: Offshore Banking

Crown discusses the benefits of banking offshore in a tax haven such as Luxembourg, Switzerland and the Channel Islands.

Work Abroad: Expat Entrepreneur

Do you have what it takes to be an expat entrepreneur? Work abroad has its challenges, but about starting your own business? Have you considered other international jobs, but keep dreaming about working for yourself.

Bordeaux Wines: Verdict on the Grapevine

The market for Bordeaux's prestigious top end wines has never been in question and continues to thrive, yet Bordeaux, like many other prominent French wine regions, has been experiencing a steady decline in its low to medium priced bottles.

A Guide to French Banking: Answers to an Expatriate's Questions

When opening a bank account in France there are numerous variables to consider, and often the language barrier only serves to complicate matters.

Work Abroad: Problems and Solutions for Expat Spouses

Despite an increasingly global society the problem of the career of the expatriate spouse still remains unsolved. The majority of today's families comprise two working partners, both wanting to pursue a long-term career. The number one reason for foreign assignment failure remains spousal and familial discontent. Jo Parfitt offers some great advice for expats who can obtain a work permit and those who cannot.

UK Housing Market Rises Steeply

UK housing market rises steeply, but expected to level off as utility and council tax bills hit, says Bank of Scotland International.

French Customs: Minding Your French Manners

Advice about French customs and minding your manners in France.

UK Property Market: UK House Prices - UP AND DOWN!

Early reporting from leading property agents and developers show some dramatic changes in the UK property marketplace.

Preparing Your Kids For the Move

If you're moving overseas and have kids, here are some tips for helping your children prepare for the big move.

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Culture-Shock-in-HannoverAn Expat Talks about Culture Shock & Living in Hannover, Germany

Do you need to learn German before moving to Hannover? What are Germans like? An expat talks about living in Hannover, the cultural stereotype about German people being rude, healthcare in Germany and more.

Do you need to learn German before moving to Hannover? What are Germans like? An expat talks about living in Hannover, the cultural stereotype about German people being rude, healthcare in Germany a...

Living-in-HuatulcoAn Expat Discusses Living in Huatulco, Mexico

An expat in Huatulco talks about living in this remote part of Mexico, which is a 7 hour drive from the nearest city. He cautions anyone considering a move to be realistic about whether or not they can handle the isolation and remoteness.

An expat in Huatulco talks about living in this remote part of Mexico, which is a 7 hour drive from the nearest city. He cautions anyone considering a move to be realistic about whether or not they ...

17-Best-Places-to-Live-in-Costa-Rica17 Best Places to Live in Costa Rica

Costa Rica has a lot to offer expats with it's tropical climate, eco-friendly culture, beautiful beaches, welcoming people, good healthcare system and relative safety. Many expats warn newcomers about the high cost of housing and food. In this updated version of the best places to live in Costa Rica we cover many more locations such as Playa Flamingo, Nosara, Lake Arenal, Jaco Beach and Ojochal.

Costa Rica has a lot to offer expats with it's tropical climate, eco-friendly culture, beautiful beaches, welcoming people, good healthcare system and relative safety. Many expats warn newcomers abou...

Now-is-the-Time-To-Dream-of-Living-AbroadNow is the Time To Dream of Living Abroad

People all over the world dream of being an expat. Living in another country is an experience unlike any other, and now is definitely the time to explore what it would mean to take the plunge.

People all over the world dream of being an expat. Living in another country is an experience unlike any other, and now is definitely the time to explore what it would mean to take the plunge....

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