The Asia Expat: Thailand Adventures of Two Baby Boomers

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  Editor's note: Baby boomers John and Jane Estes, of Seattle, decided a couple of months ago to chuck it all, put everything in storage and take up the expat's life in Thailand for a few years. … [Read more...]

The Asia Expat: Expatriate Spotlight on Hong Kong

By Steven Coleman Hong Kong is a semi-autonomous, special administrative region of China, with a population of over 7 million people. The climate is extremely diverse; tropical in the south to … [Read more...]

Lee Byers – Expatriate Tax Saving Advantages

Learn About the Expatriate Tax Advantage When you move abroad to live or work permanently overseas, your tax situation changes.  Depending on the nation you originate from, you will need to be … [Read more...]

The Asia Expat: Giving Back to the Community

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A home is more than the house you live in. No matter how you personalize it, how much care you put into your home, how much time you spend in it – your home may be your “castle” but your castle is … [Read more...]

Retire Abroad on Social Security – Deal or No Deal?

Is retirement looking like a bummer for baby boomers because they haven’t saved much? Retire abroad may be the answer. Or not. I’m a natural born skeptic so when I find stories about Americans who … [Read more...]

Expat Living: What? Motocy. What?

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  The United States is one of the few places in the world where the car is the major mode of transportation.   The rest of the world predominately uses two-wheeled vehicles – bicycles, … [Read more...]

The Asia Expat: Why Thailand ? Thoughts on Retirement

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  Why  Thailand?  The answer to that question starts and ends with finances. I had been self employed for the last 12 years, providing financing for new and existing business equipment … [Read more...]