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Asset and Wealth Management Advice for Expats

Wealth Management Advice Expats

Wealth Management Advice Expats

I joined a Moms group of 20 Mothers shortly after my son was born, most of them first-time Moms. By the time our children were 2-years-old, a quarter of the group (5 out of 20) had emigrated to Australia, New Zealand and Europe. There were so many financial implications and considerations.  And many tough decisions to make.  So Expat Moms or those of you who are still considering a move to another country, this one is for you. #WealthManagementAdviceExpats

Asset And Wealth Management Advice For Expats

Asset management can be a tricky task if you are an expat. Transferring your personal possessions from one country to the next is never easy. But this difficulty is mirrored, if not enhanced, when moving your wealth management plans as well.

The approach you take needs to be a thorough one. It is not enough to simply move abroad and make sure you have enough money in your bank account or to merely sort out your position in relation to taxation.

You need to see the full picture. This encompasses everything from insurance, to structuring your tax affairs, to investment.

So let’s take a look at some of these main elements, as well as some others, which you will need to contemplate when moving abroad.

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Investing is a significant factor in all financial management plans. Investing wisely can be the key to a successful and secure financial future. A lot of people argue that this is even more important when moving abroad, especially if you do not have an immediate job lined up.

You need to look for investment opportunities whilst taking into account your current financial status. From properties to shares; the options are vast. Be open-minded. There are plenty of opportunities. Take a look at the Midas Letter cannabis stock news to see a good example of this.

No matter what path you go down, one thing you want to look out for is risk minimisation. This is why a diverse portfolio tends to be recommended.

Tax Affairs

One of the perks of being an expat is the fact that you often get to benefit from an improved tax status once you move abroad. Obviously, this depends on where you are moving to and your position, nevertheless it is a real possibility.

Currency

This is another important consideration when it comes to financial planning. This is particularly crucial for expats who are only moving away for a limited period of time.

If you are planning to move back to your home country after a year, you can actually use a forward to guarantee that when you repatriate your assets in a year’s time you will be able to do so at today’s current exchange rate.

Insurance

Insurance is pivotal, yet many see it as a waste of money. In a sense, this is understandable considering the wealth of different companies trying to force us into an array of diverse policies nowadays.

However, don’t let this corner you into a position whereby you overlook all insurance types. There are some that are essential, such as; life insurance, health insurance, and liability insurance. These ensure you are protected.

If you are feeling confused about your financial matters in relation to moving abroad, taking the help of professionals is advised. You will need to find an excellent wealth manager to assist you. Make sure they are experienced and have a credible reputation. They should be qualified and certified. Extensive knowledge regarding your country of relocation is imperative, as well as your home country too.

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Are you an Expat?  What was the hardest  financial decision you had to make when you made your big move?

Lauren Kinghorn

Visionary Digital Entrepreneur ► Mompreneur | Content Creator | Affiliate Marketer | Social Media Influencer. Creator of Inspiring Mompreneurs, Happy Human Pacifier and LaurenKinghorn.com

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