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How to Relocate your Business to Europe

How to Relocate your Business to Europe

Contributed by BridgeWest, 30 April, 2018

The European Union presents unique and important opportunities for companies; the impressively large number of potential clients and consumers is spread throughout more than 25 countries in the Union... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | research and development | Tax | Europe | Invest | entrepreneurs | investment | Germany | Italy | Switzerland | Belgium | Ireland | Netherlands | law | services | training | banking | tax | tax incentives | tax rates

 

Why Expats Need VPN

Why Expats Need VPN

Contributed by BestVPNRating.com, 30 April, 2018

The life of some expats is quite hard. In the majority of cases, people have to allocate to the foreign countries mostly due to economic reasons. They have to immigrate to make a living... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | Other | currency | regulation | internet

 

Living in Spain

Living in Spain

Contributed by Blevins Franks, 26 April, 2018

If you're a UK national living in or thinking about moving to Spain, it's important to review your financial planning. This should look at tax efficiency and how your estate planning, investment strategies and pensions can... Read Full Article »

Tags: Investment | Tax | Invest | Investment | expatriates | pensions | investment | Spain | regulation | penalties | law | tax | inheritance tax | tax planning | tax rates

 

Expat Guide to Healthcare in France for Retirees

Expat Guide to Healthcare in France for Retirees

Contributed by Expatriate Healthcare, 26 April, 2018

With 58% of expats in France being 55 or over, it is important that any foreign nationals in this age bracket understands the French healthcare system... Read Full Article »

Tags: Healthcare | Europe | Retire | Expats | Health Insurance | Healthcare | Insurance | pensions | France | public health | insurance | fees | social security

 

Getting what you pay for: When your low-cost divorce is a false economy

Getting what you pay for: When your low-cost divorce is a false economy

Contributed by Dianne Millen, 13 April, 2018

Who doesn't love a bargain? Whether it's a hotel and flight package deal, duty-free perfume, or a buy-one-get-one-free on your favourite brand of washing powder, advertisers know that we like to think we're getting the most for our money... Read Full Article »

Tags: individuals | Scotland | court | law | services | fees

 

5 expat blogs for families to follow

5 expat blogs for families to follow

Contributed by Allianz Care, 12 April, 2018

Living and working as an expat can be a fantastic opportunity, but if you are relocating with a young family, you may face challenges you had not previously considered. Expat family blogs can help... Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | Middle East | Health Insurance | Travel | professionals | Insurance | Dubai | Seychelles | Qatar | Singapore | insurance | education | food

 

The most popular sports with expats

The most popular sports with expats

Contributed by Aetna International, 10 April, 2018

While many expat reports and surveys tend to focus on aspects of living abroad such as the quality of life, cost of living, and access to healthcare, not many touch upon the subject of sport... Read Full Article »

Tags: individuals

 

4 fitness activity trackers for expats

4 fitness activity trackers for expats

Contributed by Allianz Care, 03 April, 2018

New year, new you, as the saying goes. Working as an expat can be a challenge when it comes to your fitness. You may have had to leave a beloved sports club or yoga class behind and don't know what's available in your new location... Read Full Article »

Tags: Work | budget | insurance

 

South African Expats can now access funds stuck in Retirement Annuities

South African Expats can now access funds stuck in Retirement Annuities

Contributed by Mark Ackermann, 29 March, 2018

It is expensive for an immigrant to establish a new home in a developed country. Most South African expats want to be financially emancipated from South Africa by getting their remaining investments out of the country because... Read Full Article »

Tags: Retirement | Tax | Retire | Other | Africa | Expats | retirement | pensions | investment | South Africa | regulation | legislation | tax authority | insurance | fees | tax

 

Gap Year Living - Top 5 Cities to Consider for Your Gap Year

Gap Year Living - Top 5 Cities to Consider for Your Gap Year

Contributed by Legal Expert, 29 March, 2018

A gap year is a unique opportunity to fulfill some of your life ambitions and take some time to get to know yourself, and travel is one of the best ways to do it. If you're eager to experience life in a foreign country... Read Full Article »

Tags: South America | budget | Peru | India | Australia | Thailand | environment | food

 

 

 




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