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DON’T MISS: Expat Saving & Investing Weekend Workshop live online: Sat 6 & Sun 7 August

We rarely do this live online as it’s tough on my voice (I get too passionate about Financial Independence haha). Make the most of this opportunity! Learn everything you need to know to help you plan, save and invest with confidence as an expat over a fun & interactive weekend from the comfort of your own home. Beginners also welcome, wherever your live.

“Thank you again for your workshop, it was truly eye-opening workshop and I’m forever grateful for the knowledge gained over the 2 days! It has been completely transformational to my financial life :)” – Sandra, live workshop

“Every attendee that I’ve spoken to has loved Steve’s course.” – Andrew Hallam, author of Millionaire Expat

Serious saving made simple, practical and memorable...

   Change your mindset

   Track your finances

   Plan for financial independence

   Select your investments

   Transfer money overseas

...with all the useful details nobody else bothers with

500 expats learning about Financial Independence – now you can too!

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Saving Made Simple

Learn how you can save and invest quickly, cheaply and flexibly, so you can get on with living a fantastic life.

Saving requires a bit of discipline, which is much easier when you know why you are saving and how much you will need. Investing sounds complicated and an entire industry wants you to think it is. But investing sensibly can be very simple, especially in the age of global index funds.

The hardest thing will be investing regularly while ignoring all the chatter from your mind and the media. Your brain wasn’t designed to deal with stock market swings, so get it out of the way and stick to the rules. We’ll show you how to do that too.

If you’re bored by personal finance books and numbed by numbers, this is the place for you.

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Blog: Planning (mindset, current situation, future needs)

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Countless studies have shown that two people make better financial decisions than one, by offsetting each other’s unhelpful biases. Too much risk vs not enough risk. Too much spending vs too much miserable cash hoarding. Too much trust in a financial advisor vs healthy cynicism and reading of the small print. If you have a partner, do it together.

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In an ideal world, you need to prepare for moving countries over a year in advance. If it comes at you unexpectedly, then do what you can. Here is a short guide to help you with this daunting task.

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When you invest in a global stock fund, many of the companies in the fund are generating dividends for you, so the fund pays an aggregated dividend for you. Same with a bond fund, the interest payments on the bonds are generating cash for you. What to do with these?

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DON’T MISS: Expat Saving & Investing Weekend Workshop live online: Sat 6 & Sun 7 August

We rarely do this live online as it’s tough on my voice (I get too passionate about Financial Independence haha). Make the most of this opportunity! Learn everything you need to know to help you plan, save and invest with confidence as an expat over a fun & interactive weekend from the comfort of your own home. Beginners also welcome, wherever your live.

“Thank you again for your workshop, it was truly eye-opening workshop and I’m forever grateful for the knowledge gained over the 2 days! It has been completely transformational to my financial life :)” – Sandra, live workshop

“Every attendee that I’ve spoken to has loved Steve’s course.” – Andrew Hallam, author of Millionaire Expat