May 6th ,2015
Expat Banking Directory
Most international banks now offer expat banking services geared towards this market. Here is a list of the bank account opening procedure for expats in different countries.
Australia, Canada, Denmark, Germany, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Portugal, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom.
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These are some of the main reasons why an international bank account can be beneficial to expats:
1. They offer potential tax efficiency.
2. They provide a secure location for funds in well regulated jurisdictions.
3. They provide flexibility, convenience as well as investments in most major currencies.
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Expat And Taxes
Life for the average expat can be challenging enough, what with acclimatising to a new culture, overcoming language barriers, dealing with foreign bureaucracies, worrying if your money is safe in the local bank, fretting about whether the kids will settle into their new school – the list could go on for quite some length. Read more -->