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How to manage your expat wealth

How to manage your expat wealth

No matter where you are in your expat journey, it’s important to ensure you are managing your expat earnings and your financial status – back home and abroad – in order to maximise your earnings. Travelling and working abroad is an exciting time and brings with it...
5 ways to use your nest egg wisely

5 ways to use your nest egg wisely

For many people their ‘nest egg’ is their retirement annuity, which they have been saving for their entire lives. The term ‘nest egg’ originates from the United Kingdom and United States in the 1600s and refers to a large amount of money saved for the future, often...
7 money-saving tips to make your pounds go further

7 money-saving tips to make your pounds go further

If you’ve recently relocated to the UK or are thinking of doing so in 2018, you’ll want to maximise your pounds, especially if you are converting your South African rands into pounds and feeling the pinch of the exchange rate. Moving to the UK can be very expensive,...
Will SA expats benefit from the USA’s new tax cuts

Will SA expats benefit from the USA’s new tax cuts

The recent InterNations Expat Insider survey highlighted that the popularity of the USA when it came to expat countries had slid 17 places in the overall country ranking to 43rd out of 65 countries and this was largely due to a very negative score from expats with...
Will you have to pay tax if you move to the UAE?

Will you have to pay tax if you move to the UAE?

Expats moving to the UAE often make the mistake of thinking that as it is a tax-free jurisdiction they can forget about paying income tax. Unfortunately this is not always the case as you may still have an on-going tax obligation in your home country – particularly if...