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  1. US citizen living in France

    Expat Tax
    Hi everyone, My husband is a US citizen living (and working) in France. I recommended him to open an ''assurance-vie'' to invest part of his salaries. This would be to invest small amounts every month. I had in mind the French taxation advantages associated with it, but didn't think about the...
  2. Investments in France

    France Expat Forum for Expats Living in France
    Hoping to hear about positive and negative experiences investing in France. Small and large amounts, real estate, market investments, taxes. Any and all. Thanks!
  3. Portugal expands its golden visa programme

    Articles: Europe
    New investment structures are making it easier for people from outside of the European Union seeking to live in Portugal through the country’s golden visa programme. The initial minimum investment of €500,000 has been reduced to €350,000 for investment in properties located in districts...
  4. Expats buying UK shares as economic gloom lifts

    Articles: Europe
    British expats are shifting their investment portfolios from risk averse assets into stocks and shares as they become more positive about equity markets around the world — particularly the UK — new research shows. The survey for Lloyds Bank Private Banking showed that in 2010, expats held an...
  5. Can a US citizen living in France invest in US stocks / mutual funds?

    France Expat Forum for Expats Living in France
    Hello Everyone - Are US citizens allowed to invest in the US financial market (stocks, mutual funds, bonds, etc.) if they are living in France? I moved to France in January and I tried this week to make a contribution to my Individual Retirement Account (IRA) at my US bank like I do every...
  6. Invest money in Japan (stocks & bonds)

    Japan Expat Forum for Expats Living in Japan
    Hi all, So I've been living and working in Japan for 3 years now. My wife is Japanese. I am interested in investing money in Japan (Mutual funds, ETF, etc...) The main constraint is that I cannot read or write Japanese, So I need some English friendly investment service. First I thought of...
  7. For US Persons With International Investments/Bank Accounts, Times Are A Changin . .

    Dubai Expat Forum for Expats Living in Dubai
    For starters, let's clarify that U.S. taxpayers are not only those individuals who are U.S. citizens. If you are a U.S. resident alien, a green card holder and/or someone who lived in the U.S. and for a prolonged period, you also have tax filing requirements no matter where you are currently...
  8. UK based expat property specialists reveal more lending options for buyers

    Articles: Europe
    Property search and mortgage specialists are cautiously optimistic about the UK property market as a buy to let option for expats. Rising rental yields and falling property prices in some areas make property as an international pension or retirement plan an option, according to Erica Evans of...
  9. International and foreign currency investments

    Guides
    What type of investor are you? Are you active or passive? Are you prepared to undertake a higher risk for potentially higher returns? Whatever your approach, there is a range of investments to suit varying appetites for risk and reward. First of all you should ask yourself the following...
  10. Small Investors in Spain

    Spain Expat Forum for Expats Living in Spain
    I would like to contact any investors who live in Spain simply to 'chew the fat' about companies on their way up and on the way down. I am not selling anything and I do not want anything sold to me. I just feel investing is quite a lonely business and it would be quite pleasant to exchange...
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