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The last thing anyone needs is another list of worthy resolutions where the chances of success are at best remote. So what follows is different. These are five, one-hit measures through which you can tax,
Fluctuations in exchange rates are just one of the hurdles expats find in their path. Our columnist offers some tips on making your money go further Expats face a number of risks when they move abroad
Our four-step plan shows how exactly where to invest to get paid a steady £10,040 Using investments to provide a generous income while retaining their capital value - hopefully over and above inflation
New freedoms mean you can move your pension abroad. We show you where you'll pay the least tax It is the ultimate dream for many people - to work hard, build up a nest egg and retire abroad to a climate
From Tetley Tea to scotch pies, meet the UK-based businesses supplying Brits abroad with a few home comforts The Polski sklep is becoming a common sight on the British high street. But with visible reminders
I am reluctant to write about the Philippines’ economic bubble after the devastation that the country has endured due to the recent typhoon. My heart goes out to all of the victims and their families.
Another bubble, another official bubble denial. Last month, my warning about Malaysia’s economic bubble was denied by the country’s officials, including the governor of Malaysia’s central bank. This week,
COMMENT: Where you live is irrelevant – expat pensioners have paid their National Insurance like anyone else. As an eye-catching headline for a campaign, it took some beating. Expat pensioners’ call for
We knew annuities were bad. But we didn't know they were this bad. The Association of British Insurers, pushed and prodded by campaigners, finally lifted the lid on annuity payouts, and it suggests nothing
London has the red double-decker bus, New York the yellow taxi, and the Philippines has the Jeepney. The country's most popular means of public transport zipping by adds a flash of vibrancy in the often
Your bags have been checked, your boarding pass issued... and now you’ve got hours to wait before getting on your plane. What can you do with an airport layover? Plenty, as it turns out. Here are some
Consider these tips to get a firm grasp of your program's rewards structure, and make calculated decisions on when to cash in your miles: What to do for holiday travel. During the holidays, it's hard find
Both the big picture and the fine details of your financial and emotional states are important to consider when assessing your readiness for early retirement. If you're not emotionally ready to quit working,
Marcus Nilsson Published in the March 2013 issue How to Make Bryan Caswell's Whole Fish Reef, Houston Serves two. Tip: Most whole-fish recipes call for dry roasting — stuffing with herbs and baking. But