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What US Citizens Living Abroad Need to Know About Taxes Living abroad is an amazing experience, broadening our horizons and bringing us new perspectives on our lives and the wider world. Amid the excitement of getting to know a new place though, it’s important not to neglect careful management of your finances though, including taxes. […]
Welcome to February We continue to wish you good health. In the US more and more people are able to receive the COVID vaccine. There is hope for more travel in the future! Here we discuss Switzerland’s healthcare system, how to move to Portugal, the best jobs in Italy, and more. What is Switzerland’s Healthcare […]
Welcome to 2021! We hope you have health and joy in the new year. In this issue, learn about the safest places to live in Italy, what FATCA means to US expats, how to obtain a Canadian visa, and more. Safest Places to Live in Italy With so many incredible options to pick from, international […]
FATCA: A Guide for US Citizens When Rob Johnson moved to Brazil, he didn’t realize his own government would be the biggest hurdle to happiness and success. As a self-employed writer, he was in for a shock. Rob was middle-aged when he met and married, Alejandra, a Brazilian native. With his three children from his […]
Welcome to December! In this issue, you can read about moving to Spain, cell phone options for expats, coronavirus updates from expats around the world, and more. Moving to Spain Almost six percent of Spain’s population are expats. International students, entrepreneurs, and retirees all love to call Spain home. And no wonder! Find out what […]
Cell Phone Plans and Options for Expats Keeping in touch is an essential part of the expat experience. And it’s not just about keeping in touch with family and friends back home! Settling into your new country is just as much about reaching out to recently acquired friends as it is about maintaining old ties. […]
Welcome to November! In this issue, we talk about the best jobs and health insurance options in Canada, the safest places to live in New Zealand, how to move to Ireland, and more! Health Insurance in Canada for Foreigners Many of our readers were interested in our “Moving to Canada” article and have asked about […]
Welcome to October In this issue, we will guide you on how to move to Canada and review the best places to live in. We also discuss visas and health insurance in Dubai, the latest countries for Americans’ remote-work trips, and more. Easiest Way to Immigrate to Canada Canada is clean, friendly, and offers a […]
The Best Destinations for Public Transit Around The World Expat life comes with a lot of costs and many adjustments. Finding a job, finding a house, meeting new friends, and getting settled in are top concerns for expats. Thankfully, in many cities around the world, public transportation is one thing that foreigners don’t have to […]