So, you have decided to make your move and become an expat. You have an income or a lump sum and your expenses are under control – things are going well and you love your new life. You know you’ve made the right choice and you aren’t looking back. But have you dealt with your financial future?
Life as an expatriate has never been more exciting or rewarding, but being an expatriate does not mean that you can ignore the importance of saving and investing. At first there seem to be fewer options out there for you, as you may not be able to contribute to a retirement plan in your home country, such as a 401k, Roth IRA or equivalent plan. That is one truth. But there’s another more valuable truth -- expats also have many advantages with the array of offshore investments available to them, so it’s possible for you to invest and save more successfully than where you were at previously.
If becoming wealthy is important to you (it’s probably important to you since you’re reading this), get this eBook and help yourself live the kind of life you've always dreamed about.
“You, as an expat, can build a lifestyle you are proud of, and live life to its fullest. Indeed, you are already halfway there. At some point, you decided that you wanted something more than the humdrum existence of working a boring job back home, and decided to leave the shores of your land, seeking adventure, success, and enlightenment elsewhere. But how does one, as an expat, find out about such investments, and live such a lifestyle? The reality is, most expats I come across have no idea how or where to save and invest money. Many opt to do nothing about it, putting it off for another day. But what happens when that day comes?”
Today is the day to answer this question. Today you can make some sound financial choices that will benefit you in the future. This eBook will help you find out what options are available to you right now, and ensure that you too live a life that you have always dreamed about. Whatever your current financial situation may be, saving for your future is important for you. And, the bottom line is, investing offshore is one of the best ways for you to save money as an expat.
Author Arin Vahanian is a freelance copywriter, communications consultant, and avid expat who has worked in North America, Japan, and Spain (Arin is also the author of the eBook An Expat’s Guide to Living in Spain), and he speaks five languages. Some of the organizations Arin has worked for include American Express, Bank of America, Weber Shandwick Worldwide, and Toshiba Tec. With this eBook, An Expat’s Guide to Investing Offshore, he introduces you to the wonders and risks of investing offshore, with the hope that you will be inspired to do some research of your own and realize just how bountiful the opportunities are when you invest offshore.
This guide is intended for expatriates who indeed have little or no idea how or where they can save and invest money. Perhaps you work at an overseas office of your company. You are looking for ways to save for your retirement, because you are not very happy with the state pension plan of the country you live in. Or perhaps you have started your own business and are now living overseas. You are excited but also apprehensive about this change in your life, and are worried about how you can invest money, now that you are living overseas. In either case, you are working hard and your days are full – you don’t have time to research and gather the type of quality information that’s contained in this eBook.
Or maybe you are a perpetual traveler, sailing the seas of the world, climbing the tallest peaks known to mankind, or hopping from one island to another. Client meetings and broker conferences don’t get your juices flowing – taking in all that life has to offer does. You want to know your options, weigh them, and put your money to work. This eBook will help you find your passage to a financial safe harbor so that you can do the things you enjoy in life.
Whatever your situation is as an expat, if you are interested in saving and investing (and you should be), then this guide will be useful and applicable to you and your circumstances.
“This is not an exhaustive guide covering every facet of investing offshore. Indeed, such a guide would be impossible to write (not to mention impossible to read). Nor do I intend to cover every low-tax district, international financial center, or educate you on every term applicable to investing offshore.”
First, one needs to understand investing. This report explains investing and ways to invest wisely, and explains it in plain language. The key is getting started, and it’s better to get started investing sooner rather than later, even for reasons you may not be aware of. This report also explains what it means to invest offshore, and dispels some of the myths and misconceptions that exist regarding offshore investing. You’ll find out that people just like you are already investing offshore and reaping the benefits.
You don’t need to wait for the incentive or the experience to make the fundamental choice of investing for the future. This eBook will help you determine how and where to invest offshore, because as an expat you already have advantages that many others don’t have. All you need is some help getting started, and that help is available today, right here at your fingertips. Don’t delay getting started - get An Expat’s Guide to Investing Offshore and you’ll have exactly the help you need. Remember, the choices you make today can positively affect your financial future. As an expat you’ll agree that the future is bright, and here’s how to make it brighter still.