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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

How Lifetime Cashflow Analysis Works

Most people fail to apply the same organisation to their finances as they do to running their lives and homes. The result is a haphazard...

New York Voted Best City For Business

New York and Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates are the world's top places for business – but not so good as somewhere...

Final Salary Pension Transfer Dilemma For IFAs

Financial watchdogs are cracking down on recommendations financial advisers are offering retirement savers who want to transfer out of direct benefit pensions. The Financial Conduct...

Britain Faces Tough Spending Choices As Population Ages

As the British population carries on growing older in larger numbers, the government will have to make some tough social and healthcare spending decisions,...

May Proposes How She Sees Future For EU Expats

Full details of British Prime Minister Theresa May's proposals to safeguard the rights of millions of European expats are expected within a few days. May...

Expat Financial Firm Sold in £340m Deal

Loss-making expat financial provider Friends Provident International has been sold in a £340 million deal. UK insurance giant Aviva picked up the brand when swooping...

SIPP And SSAS Pension Complaints On The Rise

Complaints made to the financial ombudsman about pensions soared last year – but fell well short of moans about personal loans and banking. Personal pension...
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Sterling Blow For Expats As Pound Set To Stay Low

The bad news for British expats is the pound is likely to stay low for years to come, slashing their spending power and making...

Freedom Of Movement Ends In March 2019, Says UK

The British government has thrown down the gauntlet to Brexit negotiators in Europe by announcing free movement across The Channel will end in March...

Votes For Expats Bill Sails Through First Reading

A proposed new law giving expats the right to vote in UK elections regardless of how long they have lived overseas sailed through a...

Kodi Ban Switches Off Expat Access To Home TV

Internet providers are switching off online channels for expats who like to watch English Premier League football and their favourite UK TV shows. For years,...

What’s Best – Saving Or Paying Off Debts?

Paying off debt or saving is one of the biggest dilemmas for cash–strapped expats who want to save for retirement. Besides not having enough money,...

Criminal Past Can Return To Haunt Travellers

Mobile international workers and expats with a shady past could find border police in their destination could refuse them entry – even if they...

1.65m Expats Leave Britain For A New Home Overseas

You are one in 1.65 million if you are a British expat who has moved overseas since 2006, according to a new report. But the...

Vault App Opens New Doors For Accessing Expat Money Online

Expats are flocking to the new deVere Group money app Vault with more than 40,000 expected to download the app by the end of...

deVere Group CEO Sells Final Stake In QROPS Provider

deVere Group founder and chief executive Nigel Green has sold his remaining stake in QROPS provider STM Group. Green paid £1.59 million for a 24%...

Taking Financial Advice Can Make You Richer

Investors and savers who take financial advice are on average £40,000 better off than those who shun professional guidance. Research by think-tank the International Longevity...

Big Companies That Have A Lot In Common

Investors do not hold the big stick that bad publicity triggers in the hope shareholders will pressure executives to mend their ways. Increasingly, the big...

Brexit Campaigners Ready For Battle As Repeal Bill Launches

The first real chance for Brexit remainers to flex their political muscle has opened up with the publication of the repeal bill. The draft legislation...

Living Longer Is A Demographic Time Bomb Waiting To Explode

People living longer is a huge problem for governments and health services across the developed world. As diet and medicine improves, more people are reaching...

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