There is a movement working its way around the world to get to stage of FIRE: Financial Independence Retire Early. We look at this in greater detail and explore whether it can be ahcived and how you would try and get to this level.
Financial planning should be about doing the things you want to do. It’s not all about retirement, school fees or life insurance. Although all are generally required at some point.
A 'bucket list' is an individual list of goals, events, moments or experiences that you want to do in your life. Any personal financial plan should consider these within it. If you are planning your life around your finances, then adding in this list is vital to having a happy life.
What to do for your end of year planning.
- Discover where you are with your personal finances
- Understand what changes need to be made and how
- Learn which parts of the plan are the most important and the factors that you need to monitor
- Plan your 'bucket list'
You don't need a New Year to make a change.
Stopping work and finishing your time abroad will come to everyone at some point and planning this exit and the big question ‘What next?’
Heading to an expat posting with lower tax rates than you might pay in your home country? Pick up financial tips this webinar on 17th of August. We will be discussing a typical expat scenario in great detail.
Also get a sneak peek into the software and tools that the company uses to help their clients achieve maximum benefits.
Globaleye is hosting a workshop on how to access high performing UK residential property. Fraser Souness – Associate Director of Investments for Grant Property will be presenting the workshop.
What you’ll learn
In this webinar, we are going to look at retiring happily as an expat. Learn about secrets of retiring early, how to calculate how much you need to reach your target income and how to plan your strategy for a comfortable retirement.
The secret of retiring happily: multiple streams of income
In this webinar, we are going to look at retiring happily as an expat.
- Learn about secrets of retiring early
- How to calculate how much you need to reach your target income
- How to plan your strategy for a comfortable retirement
There’s only one way you’re going to hit your financial goals in 2018 and that’s by planning!
We all know the saying “if you fail to prepare, prepare to fail” but how many of us set the same goals every year because we failed to hit them previously?
When it comes to financial independence, setting yourself goals is important.
In this webinar, we are going to look at the best practices for understanding your risk in your own context and how much money do you need for the rest of your life?
Globaleye is hosting a workshop on how to access high performing UK residential property. Fraser Souness – Associate Director of Investments for Grant Property will be presenting the workshop
Thursday, November 23rd 2017 from 6:00PM for a 6:30PM start at GLOBALEYE 2 Battery Road #26-01, Maybank Tower Singapore Complementary canapés and drinks will be provided
As family members are seeking opportunities internationally, they may reside all over the globe. There is a need for them to ensure that wealth passes from one generation to the next and determine how best to do this. Some of the factors to consider are different spousal nationalities and forced heirship with those of another. Without expert planning, differing jurisdictions laws could greatly impact a family’s net worth and succession plan. Andrew Talbot will take you through some of the key points;
- Learn about how to structure your assets as an expat
- Discover which factors will affect passing assets from one generation to another
- How to manage assets in different countries
- What tax implications there are for your estate
Learn about the types of protection products you need as an expat