The best cities for expats to find well-paid work
Find out which cities in the UK and the US lead the rest of the world when it comes to expat job opportunities, and which cities offer the […]
How to protect bank cards, avoid scams and choose a good pin
It’s hard enough to protect your personal and banking information in your own home country where you understand the language and are, possibly, aware of scams and threat. […]
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 family. […]
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 the […]
Five things you may not realise about UK inheritance tax
As inheritance tax revenue continues to soar for the UK Treasury year-by-year, it seems more families are getting caught in the net. In 2016/17, the UK government collected […]
What can expatriates in Spain do with their UK pension in 2018?
With pensions, your long-term financial security is at stake, so take care to do what is right for you and your family. Start by understanding the options available […]
Succession and gift tax virtually eliminated for close family in Murcia
New regional rules that came into force on 1st January 2018 mean most families in Murcia should escape large succession and gift tax bills. This is great news […]
Three changes to UK domicile rules that could cost you money
Changes to the UK domicile regime have come into force that could prove costly for expatriates in Spain. Following the delays caused by the unexpected snap general election […]
How to manage your money when you move abroad
Relocating can be expensive. But there’s a lot you can do to make sure your money is spent wisely. Find out how to prepare in today’s blog… A […]
National Insurance for British expats…to pay or not to pay, that is the question
If you think you have gaps in your National Insurance Contributions, find out, it’s easy to get hold of your record – then you’ll know where you stand. […]
Can I make a living as an expat blogger?
The short answer to the question can you make a living as an expat blogger is: “Yes”. The slightly longer answer is: “Yes, you can but how much […]
Why is the pound surging and is it good for you?
The pound has surged to its highest level against the dollar since just before the Brexit vote in June 2016. Has that surge made you sing all the […]
9 ways to make more money in 2018
If 2018 is the year you want to make more money, here are nine ideas that could get the ball rolling… I’ve searched online and thought about some […]
What’s going on with Bitcoin?
Bitcoin grows rapidly and virally. But why? In July last year, each Bitcoin cost US$2,600. By November 2017 it was up to US$8,171. On Thursday this week it […]
Your 11-point New Year’s financial checklist
If you do these 11 things, your finances in 2018 should get off to a great start. 1. Review your spending Whether you use a pen and paper […]
Assets, divorce and expats
Have you moved overseas from the UK and are now facing the difficult situation of having to deal with a divorce? If you are, take two minutes to […]
How to boost your festive season budget
If you haven’t started your Christmas shopping yet (a touch of the “baa-humbugs”?), it’s definitely time to get going now. If we don’t (I’m including myself in this!) […]
How to make safe online donations and protect yourself
Here are 8 tips to help make sure your hard-earned cash is donated to the right people and your personal security isn’t compromised: We are about to enter […]
Be prepared…and get the best from Cyber Monday
If you missed a great deal on Black Friday, don’t despair, there’s still time to roll up your sleeves, log into your device and find some great online […]
How to pay safely with your smartphone
I’ve yet to convert to a digital wallet. Have you? If you haven’t, is it because of safety concerns or simply because you don’t know, and therefore trust, […]