Expat Financial Planning
Financial planning heavily involves money matters. It is essential to earn money as well as know how to save, spend, invest, and control it in order to achieve set financial and life goals. The reward of sound money management is an improvement in standards of living and lifestyle.
It also concerns an individual’s lifestyle. Lifestyle is the way a person lives his daily life. Financial planning can influence our choice of careers, friends, hobbies, communities, and possessions, and yet personal finances can also be determined by our lifestyles
It might involve putting appropriate wills in place to protect your family, thinking about how your family will manage without your income should you fall ill or die prematurely, spending money differently, but it involves thinking about all of these things together i.e. your 'plan'. You can build a plan on your own, or if your needs are more complex you might want the help of a Financial Planner.
Start by working out your goals in life, in the short, medium and long term. Prioritise them, and think about the likely cost of those goals and when you will need the money, so you can start to plan your finances to work out how to achieve them.
Don’t forget you also have to plan for some of the hurdles you may have to overcome too. It’s about getting organised; being in control of your finances rather than letting your finances control you
How to buy property in different countries
What insurance policies do you need as an expat? International insurance plans for expats
Financing international school and university fees
International tax guides for expats
Estate planning and what to do as an expat to pass on assets to your children or the next generation
Building that nest egg whilst you're overseas is important. Retiring overseas and in multiple countries.
Investing as an expat. How to invest, where and when
International advice for small and medium size expat businesses.
International savings accounts for expats
Transferring money overseas for pension or mortgage payments is cheaper and cost efferive through a broker rather a bank