Discover how to save time and money, by managing your finances and overseas transactions with ease.
Here's a brief guide to getting started in Moscow, from where to go for visa and banking information to handling Russian business culture and managing Moscow culture shock.
If you're living in Moscow long-term, you may need to exchanging your foreign driver’s licence for a Russian driver’s licence to legally drive in Moscow.
Culture shock is a normal reaction to being in a new, unknown environment. Here are some tips on how to handle Moscow culture shock, adapted from the School of Russian and Asian Studies guide.
Several studies have found that living overseas produces more well-rounded, culturally adaptable and employable people. [Contributed by Nestpick]
Tax season is nearing and to alleviate worries, here are answers for the most frequently asked questions by US taxpayers abroad. [Contributed by KOZROG Consult]
Moving abroad can either be a nightmare or hugely rewarding, depending on how prepared you are. [Contributed by Standard Bank]
Regardless of what country you drive in, car insurance will protect you if you are involved in an accident causing damage or injury to any other person, vehicle, or property. [Contributed by Clements Worldwide]
Before moving abroad, make sure your finances, pension plan, housing payments, tax arrangements and investments are carefully organised for the big move, too.
The first weeks and months in a new country can be exciting yet disorienting as you adapt to a new life abroad. Here are 10 tips to make your move abroad easier.
Culture shock is a common experience for many who move abroad, even between European countries. How can you deal with the shock of integrating into a new culture?