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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.

Golden Visas Lure Thousands Wealthy To Live In Europe

Controversial golden visas are proving a huge draw to Europe for wealthy expat investors. The visas allow foreigners to buy the right to live in one of several European Union countries. Many claim the visas are...

How Making Money From Gurus Can Cost A Fortune

Property gurus are always ready with some words of wisdom about how to make millions from buy to let – for a price. These shysters are likely to dress up standard property investment information as...

Electric Car Firm Sparks First Crowdfund Exit Success

The first successful British crowdfund exit has finally got into gear with the sale of an electric car sharing club to hire giants Europcar. E-Car Club investors drove a tough deal with the buyer, and...

If You’re Tired Of Brexit Now, Wait Until We Really Leave

Everyone will be tired of hearing about Brexit by the time Britain decouples from the European Union in March 2019. Brexit polarises opinion but is also the biggest political upheaval for decades that will infiltrate...

The Best Countries Are The Safest And Most Beautiful

Money is no longer a good reason to like a country – happiness,    safety and beautiful surroundings count for a lot more. A new survey has dismissed the myth that size and the economy...

Expat Careers Are Not Just About The Money

With the whole world to choose from, picking the best place for an expat career is not always easy. But HSBC Bank comes to the rescue with a breakdown of favourite destinations for work-minded expats. The...

Minister Ready To Tinker With State Pension Age Again

Workers could be forgiven for suspecting the goalposts keep moving back when they check on their state pension age. That’s the birthday when they should start receiving state pension payments. After an upset about shifting the...

Is There A Difference Between Investing And Gambling?

If you want to inject a bit more fun and excitement into investing, staking some cash with an online casino could be the way to go for you – but study the market before...

Is Your Wealth Just An Illusion?

Most investors take for granted the vast array of financial tools, platforms and calculators that they have at their command through a smartphone, tablet or laptop. Fast internet connections give up-to-the-minute access to the current...

Savers Overpay Millions In Pension Freedom Tax

Thousands of retirement savers drawing cash from their pensions are paying too much tax because of a loophole in tax law, according to financial experts. A quirk in the way tax is worked out means...

Buy To Let Tax Changes For Property Investors

The start of the new tax year in the signalled some big changes for expat property investors – and more may follow soon. The long-awaited controversial axing of mortgage interest tax relief for higher rate...

No More Pension Changes, Urge Shell-Shocked Over 55s

Pension savers feel they have been bombarded with changes over recent years and find retirement options confusing. Two thirds of over 55s do not understand pension freedoms and three-quarters want no more changes. Many also fear...

What Does Brexit Mean For Investors?

Brexit is not the end of the world for business and investors, but an opportunity to move forward to bigger and better things. Although triggering Article 50 has been a long time coming – more...

Great Repeal Bill Set To Scrap EU Law In Britain

Hot on the heels of triggering Brexit, the British government has released the Great Repeal Bill to scrap or adapt EU laws covering everything from rights for workers to looking after the environment. The draft...

Don’t Pay Rip-Off Fees To Fund Managers, Warns Buffett

Billionaire Warren Buffett is urging investors to boycott funds with rip-off fees in his latest annual letter to shareholders in his company. Buffett claims investors have wasted more than £100 billion paying fees to Wall...

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