Posts In American Expatriates
There are an estimated 5 to 6 million US expats living abroad and FATCA regulations are making life very difficult for them. Americans around the world are finding that foreign banks are no longer welcoming them with open arms because of the onerous reporting now required by the US authorities. So what’s a guy or gal to do? Joe Regan investigates.
Joe Regan reports that the number of Americans renouncing their citizenship continues to rise.
Infinity's Joe Regan looks at some financial goals for 2017.
Infinity's man in Kazakhstan wraps up his series on the financial issues facing American expatriates with a look at how to overcome problems getting decent insurance cover.
In the third post of his series on the problems facing American expatriate in Kazakhstan Dermot Monaghan takes a look at the difficulties of getting a bank account.
Infinity's Dermot Monaghan examines the problem of frozen IRAs and pensions that is causing major problems for American expats living and working in Kazakhstan.
Financial challenges for American expats in Kazakhstan: challenge 1. – tax compliant investment solutions which don’t cost the earth
Infinity's man in Kazakhstan takes a look at the problem of tax compliant investing for American expatriates.
To many it was a shock that Donal Trump triumphed in the US presidential election but what does it mean for your finances? Joe Regan investigates.
In the final part of Joe Regan's series on financial challenges for expatriates from the United States he takes a look at the common problems faced by American looking for adequate insurance cover while living overseas.
In the third part of Joe Regan's series on financial challenges for American expatriates he looks at the absurdity of US citizens having their accounts closed because of their nationality. He also looks at how an offshore account can restore some sanity to a crazy state of affairs.
In the second post of Joe Regan's series on the financial challenges facing Americans living overseas he tackles the troubling issue of frozen IRAs and pensions.
The introduction of FATCA has resulted in some of the biggest American financial institutions refusing to service US expatriates. As Joe Regan reports this has not only created considerable consternation but also a major problem for Americans living and working overseas.
The good news is Infinity is now able to offer an SEC approved, tax compliant investments for US expats.
Infinity's Joe Regan looks at the reasons why record numbers of Americans are renouncing their citizenship and the financial consequences of doing so.