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Read the latest news and views from around the globe on expat financial matters here. Our team of expert writers look behind the headlines to give an impartial and in-depth analysis of the stories that affect expats wherever they are in the world. The aim is to provide the information expats need to make relevant decisions about their money by reporting what’s going on in the fast moving international financial markets where it’s easy to miss key information. iExpats.com provides this information in an easy to understand and digestible format, giving just as much detail to bring a clearer understanding of the situation but not too much data so that the reader becomes bogged down in the fine print

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Gulf Expats Feeling The Pinch As Jobs Face The Axe

Gulf State governments are continuing to crack down on expats as falling oil revenues wreck their budget plans. In Oman, hundreds of expats face a...

British Expats In Europe Cost NHS £674m A Year

British expat pensioners across benefit much more from healthcare provided by European governments than expats in the UK gain from the National Health Service. British...

Expats Still Uncertain Of Their Brexit Future

British Prime Minister Theresa May wants to end the wrangling over the Brexit rights of expats – but claims European politicians refuse to come...

deVere Group To Open Private Bank For Expats

deVere Group, the world’s largest independent financial adviser for expats, is opening a private bank. St Lucia arm of Arton Bank, based in the Caribbean,...

Ombudsman Sees IHT Decision Overruled In Court

The ombudsman’s job is to protect consumers by adjudicating complaints – but are their decisions always right? A recent court decision has revealed how making...

What Would You Do With A £119,000 Cash Windfall?

The average inheritance is a cool £119,000 – so what would you do with a windfall like this? Surprisingly, few would spend the cash –...

Talking About Death Is Taboo For Millions

Talking about what financial plans when someone dies is a taboo subject for millions, according to new research. Rather than make a will or discuss...

What Does The Article 50 Ruling Mean For Brexit?

Judges of Britain’s top court have decided that Prime Minister Theresa May does not have the power to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon...

EU Health Care Bills May Force Expats To Come Home

The future of free healthcare is the real Brexit issue for elderly British expats across the European Union. They fear that they must return home...

Splitting Your Finances In A Divorce

Divorce rates may be falling, but the financial victims are older, wealthier couples who have more money tied up in pensions, property and investments. Although...

How Much Moving Around The World Costs Expats

Where’s the most expensive city for expats to move to – especially with the spectre of banks and companies moving out of London when...

Dubai Catches A Cold Over Visa Health Insurance Demand

Expats living and working in Dubai need private health insurance before the emirate’s government will issue a visa. Strict new rules came into effect from...

Wealth Manager Sanctioned For Breaking SIPP Promise

A financial advice firm which has allegedly broken promises not to help clients with pension transfers has been ordered to cease trading. The Financial Conduct...

Are You A Happy-Go-Lucky Pension Saver?

For most people, their most expensive possessions are their house, their pension and their cars. Yet one in five have no idea of how much...

Property Dealer Convicted Of £5m Cyprus Scam

A fraudster duped investors out of more than £5 million after promising them sky-high returns on Cyprus property deals that failed to materialise. Sascha Morris,...

Will Your Job Give Up On You At Retirement Age?

Working past retirement age is the only option for many who have not saved enough money to pay for their later years. But as much...

Where Expat Parents Pay The Most Expensive School Fees

The rising cost of international schools is forcing many expats to consider home schooling and private tutors, according to a new survey. Families in China...

Psychologist Has A Template For Successful Expats

You might like to think you are an individual making your own career choices – but new research argues expats are a predictable bunch...

FTSE Through The Roof For 10th Record Breaking Day In Row

Britain’s FTSE 100 is not the only stock market index going through the roof. The FTSE may have closed on a record high for 10...

Fuzzy Mortgage Clause Triggers £3.5 Billion Cash Bonanza

Expats and second home owners in Spain can look forward to a massive cash bonanza from the banks. A court has ruled that the banks...

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