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Editor-in-Chief of MoneyInternational.com My commitment is to ensuring the latest developments across the financial world reach our readership first. My own contributions and area of expertise lie predominantly in the British pension sector, a field I worked in for many years in England before moving to the UK. As Editor-in Chief, I welcome and appreciate all feedback, and any ideas or requests for future pieces. It is the enthusiasm of our team, and the constructive feedback and sometimes heated debate of our readership that fuels my passion for financial journalism.
Britain’s Open Invitation To The Most Talented Expats

Britain’s Open Invitation To The Most Talented Expats

A deep love of the arts, science and culture is encouraging some of the world’s top talent to come to Britain as expats. The government has made moving to Britain simple for ‘exceptional people’ and...

Go To The UAE If You Want To Be In A Happy Place

If you want to find yourself in a happy place, then consider moving to the United Arab Emirates, where most people are generally satisfied with their lot. However, money and work are the only things...

Most Expensive Cities To Live As An Expat

The latest expat benchmark for living costs around the world has Luanda, Angola, ranked as the world’s most expensive place to live. Prices in the African country are not necessarily high for local goods and...

Michael Winner – A Financial Loser Who Owes Millions

Film director and foodie Michael Winner really seems one of life’s losers now that that his finances have unravelled after his death. Flamboyant Winner wined and dined at the most exclusive restaurants and spent an...

World’s Top Retirement Destinations Revealed

Lots of us get lost in a retirement daydream and imagine where in the world we would want to spend our later years. The place is different for most of us for many reasons. Retirement destinations...
Cooling Measures Slow Property Hot Spot Price Rises

Cooling Measures Slow Property Hot Spot Price Rises

Desperate cooling measures aimed at controlling property prices in the Asia Pacific are failing to bring down the cost of homes. Despite governments acting to stabilise prices and stamp out speculative investment, average prices across...
Credit Ratings To Help Retail Bond Investors

Credit Ratings To Help Retail Bond Investors

Retail corporate bonds will soon come with credit ratings to help investors shop with confidence. Investors looking for an off-the-shelf bond are attracted by high interest rates, but often have little idea of the financial...
IRS Wants To Tax Crowdfunder Start-Up Cash

IRS Wants To Tax Crowdfunding Start-Up Cash

Start-up businesses picking up cash through crowdfunding web sites could find the US tax man looking for a share of the take. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) argues that donations without commitment through the sites...
European FATCA On The Way To Simplify Tax

European FATCA On The Way To Simplify Tax

A European law compelling banks and financial institutions to reveal the financial details of their customers living in other European countries is a step closer after leaders said they would crackdown on tax dodgers. Using...
Census Shows Fifth Of All Canadians Are Expats

Census Shows Fifth Of All Canadians Are Expats

One in five Canadians are expats – which is the largest proportion of the nation’s population for more than a century, according to a new census report. Most of them are younger than the average...

Markets Fear Interest Rate Rise Sooner Than Expected

Money markets are reacting to hints from the Fed and Bank of England that record low interest rates may start climbing earlier than expected. Financial data has suggested rates were unlikely to change before the...

Devil’s In The Detail For Start-Up Business Angels

Entrepreneurs turning to business angels will find the devil is in the detail of their pitch if they want seasoned investors to offer them some cash. Just like race goers, business investors back people not...
British Wealth Managers Turn Away Wealthy Americans

British Wealth Managers Turn Away Wealthy Americans

Rich Americans can no longer find financial sanctuary with British wealth managers, who are turning them away because of new tax laws. The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) is at the root of the...
170 Countries Queue Up For Leaked Tax Cheat Info

170 Countries Queue Up For Leaked Tax Cheat Info

A major data leak revealing the offshore banking details of thousands of tax dodgers from 170 countries to the US, UK and Australia could be handed out to other nations for investigations. Tax administrators from...
Winners And Losers In The Rush For Shale Oil

Winners And Losers In The Rush For Shale Oil

Shale oil will boost the world economy by 2035 but the rush for black gold will have winners and losers, says a new report. Accountants PwC have looked into the prospects for shale oil production...

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