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FATCA is an acronym for the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act. FATCA was signed into law in 2010 as part of a response to the global financial crisis, to crack down…. Read More
In today’s worldwide economy, it is commonplace for U.S. taxpayers to have financial accounts (banking, pension, investment, etc.) located outside of…. Read More
The IRS stepped up its enforcement of America’s citizenship based taxation system requiring all US citizens and green card holders to file US taxes on their worldwide income…. Read More
FBAR is an acronym for Foreign Bank Account Report, however it’s not just foreign bank accounts that US expats are required to report on an FBAR…. Read More
While there are approximately 7.6 million Americans living abroad, only about half are actually filing their US tax returns as required by the IRS…. Read More
In recent years, the US government has implemented new measures to crack down on US expats evading their tax obligations. The newest development is in the form…. Read More
Expats who live and work in China are required to pay individual income tax (ITT) and those who are employed by a foreign-invested company in China need to…. Read More
The intention of this article is to provide an overview of the tax rules and regulations regarding United States citizens, residents, and Green Card holders who live and work…. Read More
No matter where in the world you are planning on relocating to, there are a number of basic steps you will need to take to ensure that your move goes smoothly, you remain…. Read More
If you’re an expatriate living in France, then there’s a high chance that you will be required to pay taxes on your income and earnings…. Read More
Expats who live and work in China are required to pay individual income tax (IIT) and those that are employed by a foreign-invested company in China need to pay tax from…. Read More
Considering using expat offshore banking services? Here are 8 frequently asked questions about offshore banking…. Read More
The U.S. is a fantastic place to start a business. A country that is well known for its entrepreneurial spirit, the United States can represent a really rewarding market…. Read More
If you’re in the fortunate position of choosing where in the world you would like to live, then you really should research which is the best place to live in the world…. Read More
More and more people are retiring overseas in a bid to find a higher quality of life in a more relaxing environment and are lured to pastures new with the promise of a…. Read More
As an expat, or even as a potential expat, you’ll know that along with all the other things you have to think about when you’re setting up in a different country, the impact of a…. Read More
Tax is never far from the minds of most expats, making it an essential part of money management. Along with a sunny climate and a good quality of life, the benefit of paying less…. Read More
The added complexities of expatriate life mean it’s important to get the basics right. As Lisa Wood, Head of Marketing at HSBC Bank International says in the latest HSBC…. Read More
If you’re planning on leaving the United States to sample life overseas there’s a number of things that you should research in advance in order to ensure that you avoid some of the…. Read More
The final date of June 15th for the US tax return is fast approaching and if you have yet to complete all the required documentation then now is the time…. Read More
April 18th 2011 is the tax-filing deadline for all US citizens, even those living overseas. The close of 2010 saw some changes to US tax laws that will impact the non resident…. Read More
The HSBC Expat Explorer report last week revealed some interesting data regarding expat wealth throughout the world. In addition to this, the report also disclosed that many…. Read More
There are a number of financial matters that you should consider when working overseas. Use our moving abroad finance checklist to ensure that you have everything covered…. Read More
The question on the minds of many British expatriates after the publication of the UK’s 2010 budget is: how will this affect me? In this article we take a look at what the new budget…. Read More
- Theolene Johnson Your information about the Dominican Republic is a bit tricky when you referred to it as Dominica because Dominica is a Commonwealth and the Dominican Republic is a of course a Republic so you can’t...
- Robert Eller I will get social security next year and I will probably spend my final years in Brazil with my daughter. I will not be able to keep an address in the US and I have no other family. What can I do to...
- C A I'm trying to figure it out as well. Australia did away with their retirement visa in Nov. '18 & nobody knows why. Every country is begging for retirees. I've been there & would retire there...
- C A I'm scratching my head as well. Something isn't adding up. It's the only country without a retirement visa. They're missing out on millions of dollars for the local economy.
- Kev O'Kane Has anyone had the experience of traveling from country to country and living in each for up to 6 months? What's it like? How affordable is it?