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Financial planning for expats

Whether you are looking to fund your children's education or ensure you can enjoy life when you retire, financial planning is important to grow and protect your wealth. Our guides, articles and tools could help you make informed decisions and achieve the future you want.

Expat guide to education planning

Expat guide to education planning

Finding a good English speaking school. Different curriculums. Rising university fees. There's a number of key issues every expat parent needs to consider.

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Things to consider

Things to consider

When you're deciding on a school for your children, your options will depend on the country you've moved to and how much you can afford to spend on their education.

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Raising children abroad

Raising children abroad

In our latest Expat Explorer survey, we asked expats to rate the quality and cost of childcare in the country they've moved to.

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New country, new school

New country, new school

Get tips from our Expat Explorer blog on how to help your children settle into a new school in a different country.

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Plan your children's future calculator

Plan your children's future calculator

Bringing up a family overseas can be expensive. Our calculator will tell you if you're saving enough to cover all the costs - or if you need to set aside more.

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Please remember that the value of investments, and any income received from them can fall as well as rise, is not guaranteed and you may not get back the amount you invested. This could also happen as a result of changes in currency exchange rates, particularly where overseas securities are held or where investments are converted from one currency to another. We always recommend that any investments held should be viewed as a medium to long-term investment, at least five years.