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Broke after the festive binge?

Broke after the festive binge?

No one wants to spend the new year scraping for pennies and munching dry toast. Indeed, the melodrama doesn’t help either, but it’s discouraging to count out coins to foot the outfit, uniform, stationery and educational bills in January. Exchange your cares for cash...
Why people decide to retire and become expats

Why people decide to retire and become expats

For many people, retiring means spending long, lazy, mellow years in the neighbourhood where you’ve spent most of your life, amongst family and the friends you’ve created long-standing relationships with over many years. For others, it means a chance to go and explore...
Keep control of your costs in Australia

Keep control of your costs in Australia

Australia is one of the top expat destinations attracting expats from South Africa and all around the globe who are drawn to its sunny climate, outdoor lifestyle and natural scenery. But what many people might not realise is that the cost of living in Australia can be...
5 animals you need to be careful of in Canada

5 animals you need to be careful of in Canada

Canada is part of the British Commonwealth and is very popular with expats from the UK, France and South Africa. Its strong economy means it’s able to accept more immigrants and it is a relatively straightforward country to immigrate to if you are living in the US or...
Getting your head around healthcare in the USA

Getting your head around healthcare in the USA

If you’re immigrating to the USA, the important thing to realise if you’re British or an EU national, is that the USA does not have a public healthcare system like you’re used to in Europe or Britain. As a South African, of course, this is old news. Instead, there are...