Thank You, from the EA Family to Yours

This article was published in the Escape Artist Weekly Newsletter on November 23, 2018. If you would like to subscribe to the newsletter, please click here.

Hello readers,  

I hope you had a pleasant Thanksgiving. The Escape Artist team is grateful for your dedication to sharing our knowledge and experience with the global expat community.

As we reflect on our journey and approach the new year, we are happy to look back and see that you were there with us every step of the way. While we do our best to bring you the most valuable advice on living, working, retiring, and investing in this wonderful world, you were there reading it, sharing it, and contributing to it. For this, we thank you.

Now that Thanksgiving is over, it’s time to think about what’s next.

The only way to get a hands-on experience with our experts is by meeting us in Dallas this winter. Our biggest and most exciting event of the year, the 2018 Escape Artist Conference, is coming up! Your contribution to our survey gives us a great idea of what the event will look like, what we will discuss, and how many of you would like to attend.

Whether you are planning on living, working, retiring, or investing overseas, Escape Artist can help you every step of the way. Don’t forget to check out the eBook store for the 2018 Expat Tax Guide and our wonderful country guides!

For more information on what’s going on in the international scene, check out some of this week’s newest articles!

Conderence

If you haven’t had a chance to fill out the survey for this year’s conference, Click here to find out more information and to stay in the loop on locations and updates! It’s important that this event be exactly what YOU want – no alternate agenda or product pitches! This is about answering YOUR questions!

In order for the event to be a success, take a second to fill out this surveyBy sending us your thoughts, you can tailor the event to your specific overseas needs. We will also be supplying a 10% discount during registration to everyone that filled out the survey to make the event possible!

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This article was published in the Escape Artist Weekly Newsletter on November 23, 2018. If you would like to subscribe to the newsletter, please click here.