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Expat banking in Europe
Why expat banking?If you're an expat, you'll need to open a bank account abroad. The paperwork associated with expat banking can be a hassle at first, but it often eliminates the fees associated with withdrawing cash from back home. Overseas savings accounts also give you quick access to cash and a face-to-face relationship with local financial advisers who can help you with international mortgages and other loans. Different countries have different...
Banking - Essential Articles
13/10/2014 Things to consider when you repatriate
Thinking about going home? TorFX have put together a handy list of things to consider before you repatriate. [Contributed by TorFX]
02/02/2014 Banking in Belgium
From an introduction to the euro currency through to paying your bills, here is your guide to the Belgian banking system.
18/03/2013 Offshore companies in France
Offshore companies are businesses that have been registered, established or incorporated outside of the country of residence. Here we focus on France.