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Much of Europe has implemented a chip-and-PIN system, using credit and debit cards that are embedded with a microchip and require a PIN code for transactions.
The financial planning experts at The Fry Group offer this list of factors for British expats to consider before planning their move back to the United Kingdom.
Canadians are taxed on worldwide income; two Canadian tax experts advise on how Canucks abroad can avoid paying more tax than they need to.
As the annual deadline looms for filing your US tax return, here are a few facts to help ensure your taxes are filed correctly before the IRS catches up.
Dean Power explains how UK expats can ensure they are paying the correct UK taxes and maximise the opportunities available to them as UK expats living abroad.
Expats may find their wealth 'suspended' between two cultures. Financial expert Bryan Hancock advises expats on how to deal with issues such as tax, retirement and repatriation planning.
The financial planning experts at The Fry Group discuss the tax advantages of insurance bonds.
Expat blogger Kelvin breaks down the main costs of living in London, including accommodation, transport, food and taxes.
If you are working in the UK, your UK tax contributions will be collected in different ways, depending on your circumstances.
When finances are already complicated by living away from your home country, expats should consider the wider financial implications when starting a family abroad. Our financial expert in Belgium offers some advice.