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Asian Cities Lead The Way As Most Expensive Place For Expats

The reputation of Asia offering expats a cheap cost of living is fast evaporating as the region is fast becoming the most expensive place...

How Does The Cost Of Living Rate Where You Live?

Nothing separates the cost of living in the three most expensive cities for expats to live. For the first time, Singapore, Paris and Hong Kong...

Hong Kong Is World’s Most Expensive Expat City

Hong Kong is the most expensive city for expats, according to a new cost of living survey. The Chinese self-governing province leads a host of...

Hong Kong Takes Over As Most Expensive City For Expats

Hong Kong is the most expensive city for expats on assignment, according to a new analysis of the cost of living in more than...

Hong Kong QROPS Banned By HMRC

British expats living in China have lost the chance to keep their retirement savings in a QROPS offshore pension. The country was serviced by 19...

Expat Workers Just Want Good Pay And Promotion

Expats on assignment are looking for competitive pay and the chance of promotion, according to a new survey. And to keep their top talent, multinational...

New York Most Expensive City For Expat Workers

New York is the most expensive city for an international company to send expat staff on assignments, according to new research. International property firm Savills...

Hong Kong House Prices Slow Down

Hong Kong home sales have dramatically slowed down in the past year, according to the latest official figures. Although sales were up 2% between April...

deVere Group Awards, Accolades and Accusations

Owing to its status as the largest and the highest profile expat financial advisory firm in the world, deVere Group often comes under scrutiny. But...

Setback As Chinese Push Yuan As Major Currency

Chinese efforts to make the yuan an international currency have been checked by banks and consumers. Data from SWIFT, the global system that coordinates international...

Investors lose £250m in Bitcoin Ponzi Scam

A Hong Kong Bitcoin exchange has suddenly closed locking thousands of investors out of their accounts believes to hold around £250 million. MyCoin is the...

IRS Targets Banks In FATCA Crackdown

The US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has posted tax investigators to foreign embassies to lead a Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) crackdown on...

Where is the most expensive city in the world?

Just who are expats expected to believe when rankings of the cost of living in world cities are at odds with each other? Today is...

IFAs Get Thumbs Down From Asia’s Most Wealthy

Expats and the wealthy in Hong Kong are looking for financial advice online rather than turn to their banks or financial advisers. Strict advice rules...

Expat Allowance Cuts Force Down Luxury Rents

Lower salaries for expats are forcing luxury apartment landlords to cut rents in two of the cities with the most expensive cost of living. Profits...

QROPS Rule Changes As HMRC Readies To Go Online

Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Schemes (QROPS) have undergone a new round of rule changes – but this time they effect behind-the-scenes management rather than...

Week In Expat Money Matters August 24 – August 30, 2013

Below is what happened in a week in Expats Finances, as reported on iExpats and from other places across the web. From iExpats.com: Greek And Spanish...

Expats Make Twice As Many Car Crash Claims As Locals

Hong Kong’s expat drivers are more likely to claim against their car insurance than locals. Research shows that almost double the number of expat motorists...

Week In Expat Money Matters August 3 – August 8, 2013

Below is what happened in a week in Expats Finances, as reported on iExpats and from other places across the web. From iExpats: China Admits Millions...

HMRC delists 23 Hong Kong QROPS

Hong Kong has lost 23 Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Schemes (QROPS) from the latest HM Revenue and Customs list. Only two schemes remain open to...