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High Court Throws Out Expat Brexit Vote Challenge

Expats have lost their legal challenge to force the government into letting them vote in the Brexit referendum. Campaigner for expat rights Harry Shindler, 94,...

Inheritance Chaos Could Face Expats On Brexit

Inheritance rules for British expats living across Europe could be thrown into chaos if the UK leaves the European Union. The EU implemented a series...

UK Bill To Scrap Expat Voting Time Limit Dropped

A Bill calling for internet voting for expats and the withdrawal of the 15-year time limit on their participation in UK elections was withdrawn...

Is A Brexit Really A Worry For Investors?

The Brexit question investors need answering is what will happen to their money if the UK votes to leave the European Union? Not a lot,...

Expat Right To Referendum Vote Won’t Go Away

Lib Dem peers are readying amendments to the European Union Referendum Bill to call for expats to have the right vote on polling day. The...

What is the European Economic Area?

The European Economic Area or EEA is a group of countries that allow the free movement of people, goods, services and finance within the...

Expats Barred From Voting In EU In/Out Referendum

David Cameron’s Tory government is planning to drive through a new law to allow a UK yes/no referendum on staying in the European Union...

Queen’s Speech 2015 Keeps Tory Manifesto Promise

Prime Minister David Cameron has carried through with his election manifesto promises for an in/out European Union referendum, an income tax lock and more...

Tories Urged To Keep Expat Votes Pledge

Electoral reform lobbyists are urging expats to protect their right to vote in the UK by reminding Tory MPs that they pledged to scrap...

EU Ready To Switch On A Digital Europe

A revolutionary plan to make Europe into a single digital market by breaking technology barriers hampering business on the internet has been set in...

EU Court Backs British Expats In Homes Row

British expats in France can claim a share of millions of pounds of compensation after the European Court ruled in their favour against unfair...

£50m Waiting For Expats Grounded By Delayed Flights

Thousands of expats are waiting for their share of more than £50 million in compensation for delayed flights sitting in airline bank accounts. Three low-cost...

Eurozone Deflation After Months Of Stagnation

The Eurozone has finally slipped into deflation after months of morbid economic inactivity. Inflation was -0.2% in December, according to a statement from Eurostat, the...

EU Moves To Regulate Crowdfunding

Financial regulators are getting ready to crack down on crowdfunding platforms across Europe. New guidance has been published aimed at aligning crowdfunding rules throughout the...

If You’re A Nosey Neighbour, Try Out This Web Site

If you’re a nosey neighbour or an expat exploring a possible new home, a new data source reveals all about people and housing in...

Skilled Expats Escape Kuwait Visa Crackdown

Kuwait is planning to place a five-year residency cap on expats and to ban them from taking their families to the Gulf State. The proposals...

Week in Expat Money Matters 29th September – 6th October 2014

Below are the articles from last week, documenting events from the world of expatriate finance, as reported on iExpats and from other places across...

QROPS Could be set for 100% Access

Once 100% access to UK pension schemes is officially granted as of April next year, can we expect the same generosity to be extended...

EU mobile roaming charges explained for expats

New European Union rules mean the costs of making calls or accessing the internet from a mobile phone have fallen. But many expats and travellers...

EU Ready To Ring Changes Over Roaming Charges

Expats across Europe may face higher mobile phone charges to compensate for a ban on roaming charges. The charges that are much-hated by expats, business...