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6 Fantastic Festivals to visit in Europe this March

If you live in, work in or will be visiting Brussels, Amsterdam, Munich, Valencia, Berlin or Glasgow this March look out for these 6 slightly alternative music…

Why student expats have the employment edge

Are you an expat student? If you are, have you ever wondered if the experience of living abroad is really worth all the expense, homesickness and upheaval?…

UK house price growth up unexpectedly in January

The latest Nationwide Building Society UK House Price Index shows what they are describing as an "unexpected pickup in annual price growth in January", and a record…

How to prepare your holiday rental for the season

Peak rental season in the Northern Hemisphere is not far off. If you have a rental property, here are 10 tips to help you get it ready!…

OOOps! Excise Taxes Count Toward 5 Years of Expatriation "Tax Compliance"

Many US persons living abroad have foreign life, sickness or accident insurance or a foreign annuity. Yet, only a handful have any knowledge of the US Foreign…

Americans Abroad - How to Cope With Tax Reform & Save for Education

President Trump’s tax reform was signed into law on December 22.  My blog post last week detailed how the newly revised “kiddie tax” rules will take a…

This week's currency round-up

Welcome to the Angloinfo weekly currency round-up from Currency UK. We aim to answer the big questions you may have regarding the world of currency without all…

Your Weekly Currency Round-Up From Currency UK

Welcome to the Angloinfo weekly currency round-up from Currency UK. We aim to answer the big questions you may have regarding the world of currency without all…

Meet the Expat – Keith Van Sickle, living in Provence

Keith Van Sickle is a "part-time expat" who divides his time between the highly charged lifestyle of California's Silicon Valley and Provence, with it's more relaxed and leisurely pace.…

Meet the Expat – Kristin Duncombe, living in Geneva

Kristin Duncombe is a “chronic expat” who has lived on four continents, in nine countries, and in fifteen different cities.  She is a therapist, life coach, and…

What can you do with your UK pension in Cyprus in 2018?

When it comes to pensions, your long-term financial security is at stake, so you should take extreme care to do what is right for you and your…

New €1,000,000 reduction for inheritances in Andalucía

There is good news for residents in Andalucía – the region has gone from being the most expensive for inheritance tax to one of the cheapest. When…

Global migration and managing your expat credit score

Moving around the world as an expat has some big benefits, but it can also have some downsides. One of the big negatives is not being able…

More women needed! The potential rise of the female working expat

Businesses need more women to “execute global business plans” says a new report, yet many internationally located companies are not employing or promoting enough young women to…

Brexit – has the UK had a change of heart?

Over the last few weeks there appears to have been a bigger wobble than previous ones in the ready, steady, Brexit camp, according to press reports. Could…

Are you worried about your basic human rights in a post-Brexit world?

Was control over the laws that govern your basic human rights one of the reasons you voted to 'Leave' the European Union back in June 2016? Or…

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