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Deal Or No Deal? - Your Investment Questions Answered
As Boris Johnson enters Downing Street stating the UK will leave the EU on October 31st, and refusing to take ‘no deal’ off the table, millions of Brits at home and overseas must make some potentially life changing decisions to safeguard their…

 


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The True Cost Of Educating Your Child In The UAE
On average parents in the UAE pay more than double the global average for education costs. And this can be multiplied further if you have more than…
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South African Treasury takes aim at Expats
Having announced his intention to introduce a worldwide income tax on South African nationals back in 2018, this proposal is about to become a…
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Birthdays are good for your health but can you afford to keep enjoying them?
Did you know that by 2030 the average person will live into their late 80s* If you are going to live longer, what does this mean for your…
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How to minimise the tax you pay and get the most out of your pension in Portugal
With a reputation as the hottest country in Mainland Europe, and a relatively cheap cost of living, its easy to understand why many expats choose…
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Leaving Switzerland? Returning home to the UK?
It's most likely that your career brought you to Switzerland, and with over 50% of expats only staying in Switzerland for less than ten years, it's…
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Chinese New Year Of The Pig
Today marks the beginning of the Chinese Year of the Pig which traditionally represents luck, overall good fortune, wealth, honesty and prosperity.

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In last years budget, Minister Pravin Gordhan announced a number of changes designed to cover a R30 million income tax deficit caused by amongst other…
No one can predict the future but with guidance and advice from Guardian GS we can help to protect it.
No one can predict the future but with guidance and advice from Guardian GS we can help to protect it.
Employing 43,000 people around the world, the compulsory Liquidation of Carillion has sent shock-waves through the business world.
The freedoms introduced in 2015 brought a new level of flexibility to private pensions in the UK. As a result, now is a great time to review your…
Keeping a New Year's resolution is always hard - but for us and many UK Expats we speak to it seems to be harder to keep them in our new lives.
Over a third of British expats move back to the UK with money worries and home sickness cited as common reasons to return. The decisions you make…
Smart phone technology means that no matter where you are in the world you can find out what you want and speak to who you want whenever you want! in…
If you want to give the gift of a great education to your children this Christmas, speak to Guardian GS, don’t leave it to the elves.
After the raid on offshore pensions that was unveiled in the spring, UK expats around the world were apprehensive about the thought of yet another…

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