Buying your home as a first-time buyer, what schemes and government support you are entitled to, how mortgages work and options available for expat mortgages, as well as buy to lets/investment properties
- First time buyer process (help to buy)
- How mortgages actually work
- Buying a property from overseas
- Buying property for investment (buy to let)
Each year one million people in the UK find themselves unable to work due to a serious illness or injury. We cover the options available to expat's and look at what suits you and your family best.
A cash budget is very important, It allows you to manage your financial situation and avoid using debt to get yourself out of unexpected expenses. A cash budget helps avoid a shortage of cash during periods in which you encounters a high number of expenses.
Pensions might seem complicated, but the basic idea is a simple one. It’s worth understanding the benefits of saving into a pension scheme, because your State Pension while working in the UAE could be effected and may not be enough to live on when you reach retirement age.
Debt, Loans and credit cards can be a minefield and they all suit different people in different situations. We drill down into your personal situation and look at the products that suit you.
Investing gives your money the potential to grow faster than it could in a savings account. If you have a long time until you need to meet your goal, your returns will compound. Basically, this means in addition to a higher rate of return on investments, your investment earnings will also earn money over time.
Credit Scoring for expats can be difficult to understand, what stands in the UK can change once you more to the UAE, we take a look at your lend-ability and work to improve on what you currently have.
Once you become a resident of the UAE your tax situation will change, however national insurance should still be be paid. We look at what changes will take place and how that effects you, we will also make sure you're up to date on national insurance payments.
We dive into everything an expat needs to know, covering the best way to send money home, payments on student loads and any other debt you might have.