Planning for a Healthy and Happy Retirement?

Harvard University started a study of adult development in 1930s to have a greater understanding of adult development: what keeps us healthy and happy. This […]

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Will My Housekeeper Need Health Insurance Too?

Assuming you are resident in the Emirate of Dubai or Abu Dhabi the answer is, “Yes.” As a sponsor of your housekeeper or nanny you […]

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5 Ways To Supercharge Your Pension

An average person spends about a third of their lives growing up and reaching a state of independence. About another third working and accumulating assets […]

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Can Your Company Die of a Heart Attack?

Silly question, right? Actually when you start to think about it whilst a company cannot physically die the same cannot be said for employees and shareholders. Large […]

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How Much Are You Saving?

Most people come to the U.A.E. to clear debts and save money for a future project. Recent surveys have suggested Dubai is one of the […]

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Happy 1st Birthday Expat Finance Blog

This blog celebrates its first birthday this month. Over the course of the year I have blogged on many topics. Basic but essential financial planning […]

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UK Properties Owners To Pay More Tax

In the UK Budget last April the Chancellor of the Exchequer announced plans to level the playing field between UK residents and expats owning UK […]

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Cross Currency Mortgages

Although cross currency mortgages have fallen out of favour since the global financial crisis due to historically low interest rates in the West, there are […]

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The Lowdown on Leverage

Leverage or gearing as it is sometimes known is a useful servant but a cruel master. This week I look at some of the benefits […]

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Saving Money on Life Assurance – New Product Launch in UAE

No one wants to spend more on life assurance than necessary – after all the one paying for it will never see the benefit. The […]

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