Many people have been nervous of using Interactive Brokers because the company is based in the US. It has clarified estate tax and fund/ETF domicile issues on record in the past few days, so I wanted to pass the info on to you and reassure you.
Discover how to invest in stock and bond funds (ETFs) as an expat – cheaply, quickly and sensibly. Maximise your saving power while you work abroad!
You may be wondering if you should quit your job. Here are some common reasons:
– You’re bored
– The work is too demanding and stressful
– The work environment is toxic
– You’ve received a better offer elsewhere (but what if…)
– You want to move back home/elsewhere
– You can afford to stop work and be financially independent aka ‘retired’
Interactive Brokers now accepts AED and that means… 1) cheaper investing, 2) investing smaller amounts, and 3) cheaper currency exchange and transfers!
The sudden loss of a person//job/investment that’s been a constant in your life can leave you feeling untethered and vulnerable. How can you anchor yourself and those around you in advance?
If the fixed period on your mortgage will expire in the next 1-2 years, or you are considering a new loan, act now or face a big increase!
Is there any silver lining when it comes to inflation? For some people, maybe there is. Let’s have a look at who will benefit and who will get squeezed…
I do not have a crystal ball but there could be challenging financial times ahead in the next 18 months. How should you adjust your planning, saving & investing?
There are 7 phases of expat life. Most people skip the real money-making stage and go straight back to being an ex-expat. Don’t be like them! You need to reach Financial Maturity.