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Difference Between Residence and Domicile

For British expats, their residence and domicile determine how much tax they are likely to pay, both in the country where they...

QROPS, Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme

QROPS is a type of pensions that were designed to cater for the needs of British pension holders that move out of...

Where Do British Expats Live?

More than 5.5 million people from Britain live overseas and leave the country at a rate of around 2,000 a week.

Living In The Philippines, A Guide for Expats

Brilliant weather, a low cost of living and friendly, English speaking people makes The Philippines a popular destination for British expats.

Expats Warm To Feeling Happier In A Better Climate

Moving to another country could be the secret of a healthy and happy life for many expats, according to a new survey. Four out of...

Pension Buy Out Bonanza Can Boost Thailand QROPS

Expats in Thailand see moving to a country with an easy lifestyle, lots of sunshine and a low cost of living as a smart...

Are Oil And Gas Pensions At Risk For Expats?

The pensions of oil and gas workers are at risk as low oil prices start to undermine the finances of some drilling and exploration...

Thailand Strengthens Tax Bonds With USA

Thailand is the latest nation to reinforce tax treaties to expose the financial secrets of US expats to the internal Revenue Service (IRS). The US...

Faster And Cheaper Way To Switch Money Overseas

Transferwise is a new way to send cash around the world – and might save you money at the same time as well. The company...

Broadgate Advisory Thailand

Nigel Green’s deVere Group – the largest independent financial consultancy in the world -has completed the acquisition of one of the leading wealth advisory...

QROPS Thailand FAQ

Many expats in Thailand do not realise they can transfer their UK onshore pensions into a Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme (QROPS). Having a QROPS...

Why Bangkok Expats Should Switch To A Malta QROPS

The benefits of switching to Bangkok Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Schemes (QROPS) are often overlooked by expats who believe the low cost of living...

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Difference Between Residence and Domicile

For British expats, their residence and domicile determine how much tax they are likely to pay, both in the country where they...

QROPS, Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme

QROPS is a type of pensions that were designed to cater for the needs of British pension holders that move out of...

Where Do British Expats Live?

More than 5.5 million people from Britain live overseas and leave the country at a rate of around 2,000 a week.