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2017

Immigration Settings, Social Clubs And Saving Money

  Posted Friday June 30, 2017 (16:09:28)   (451 Reads)

(c) Katy Blackwood on Wikipedia
(c) Katy Blackwood on Wikipedia

New Zealand's immigration settings have recently changed - find out how you could be affected under the revisions to the points system.

Saving money is a big concern for many expats, especially those who are moving to expensive business destinations such as Hong Kong. Luckily, we have a guide to help you out.

Of course, some financial considerations can't be shelved - such as tax. Here's a guide to income tax in the UK, which will be particularly helpful to self-employed expats.

One consideration many expats have is moving their money between different countries. In this month's podcast, Carlie talks to Will Hewitson about international currency transfers.

If you're looking to invest your money rather than save it, here's a guide to buying property in Cyprus.

But of course, being an expat isn't all about finances and working. Moving abroad can bring new friendships and exciting experiences. Here are some social clubs in Singapore that you might want to join. Or, if you're thinking about retiring to the Caribbean, why not consider Trinidad & Tobago?

We have some recommended blogs for you to follow if you're moving to Brazil or Argentina.

Do you write a blog about being an expat? Submit it to our blog directory!

This week we spoke to two expats about their lives abroad: Laura in Guadeloupe, and Katee, who is about to move to Australia.

Would you like to share your experience of life abroad with other readers? Answer the questions here to be featured in an interview!

Do you have an idea for an article or topic you'd like to see featured on Expat Focus? Email scar @ expatfocus.com with your suggestions.


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