Working abroad is a great way to earn money and explore a new place at the same time, but it isn’t always straightforward. Take a look at these new rules for expat contractors in the UK.
Canada is trying to attract more entrepreneurs with a tempting start-up visa that requires only a good idea and a relatively small amount of investment.Of course, once you’ve been working abroad for a while you’ll need somewhere to store all that hard-earned cash. Take a look at our expat guide to international bank accounts.
Unfortunately it’s not only business worries expats have to deal with; it’s personal ones, too. We’ve put together a guide to dealing with sexism – an unfortunate part of life in many expat destinations.
Perhaps you’re not the one moving abroad but the one staying at home. While you’ll no doubt be happy to see your loved ones pursuing their dreams, it can be difficult being left behind. Here’s how to cope when teenagers fly the nest and relocate abroad.
Our columnists have also been hard at work this month – June tells us about her month in Tuscany, and Toni Hargis talks about the challenges of repatriation.
We spoke to Anya, a Russian expat in the Netherlands, about her new life in Amsterdam.
And if you’re thinking of moving to Bermuda or Greece, take a look at our recommended blogs to read before you arrive.
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