skip to main content

Free introductions to specialists helping expats make smarter choices

We’ll connect you with advice you can trust, helping you make the best choices when it comes to your finances and your future.

Your request is always dealt with personally. That means you’ll receive tailored advice and support from your first contact.

Request an introduction with an accredited specialist from our network and get the expert advice you need. Remove some of the stress from your next big move and make smarter choices when it comes to your finances.

Experts for Expats is trusted around the globe

Thousands of expats from all around the world use our introduction services every month.

We’re on a mission to help expats just like you make smarter financial decisions, setting them up for a better life.

Personal service, no algorithms, no robots

Personal

Every Experts for Expats introduction is dealt with by hand.

No robots, no algorithms, no jargon. Just straightforward advice, tailored to you. You’ll then be connected with a trusted expert who best fits your needs.

Trusted advice

Trusted

We only work with experts we trust.

If we wouldn't use their services, we won't introduce you to them. All experts go through our accreditation process, giving you access to high quality advice, every time.

Tailored advice

Tailored

All advice is tailored to you and your unique circumstances.

Our experts pride themselves on their ability to handle complex scenarios and will always take the time to get to know you and your situation.

Experts for Expats has been featured in...

The Guardian - The older expats facing poverty – thanks to Brexit and frozen pensions - click to see article
We Checked And, Yes, Harry And Meghan Will Have To Pay Tax - We Checked And, Yes, Harry And Meghan Will Have To Pay Tax - click to see article
The Observer - How to relocate overseas - click to see article
The Times - Thousands of retiring Britons vote for Brexodus - click to see article
Are you a British expat whose bank account is being closed due to Brexit? Here's what's happening and what you can do about it - Are you a British expat whose bank account is being closed due to Brexit? Here's what's happening and what you can do about it - click to see article
Saga - Want to retire in the EU? What could the future hold for you? - click to see article

Latest opinion pieces from our experts

Avoiding rushed overseas property purchases post-Covid lockdown restrictions easing
401K: Should American expats no longer living in the US close their 401k and/or IRA accounts?
How to spot a rogue financial adviser

What expats say about our experts

Excellent service from start to finish. Would definitely recommend.

Nick S.

UK CGT introduction in United States

I have actually already recommended the site to someone else in a similar situation to me. I did quite a bit of searching, and Experts for Expats was one of the many sites I engaged with. However after the responses from everyone, there was absolutely no doubt in my mind that this was the best service.

John W.

US Tax Return introduction in United Kingdom

I was a bit skeptical, but everything was exactly as advertised, and the initial free consultation was excellent: the consultant evidently knew his stuff, and provided clear and comprehensive advice. I wouldn't hesitate to use Experts for Expats and the consultant again. 

Peter C.

UK Tax introduction in Morocco

The referral by Experts for Expats led me to a couple of advisers that provided exactly what I required. The adviser clarified what would be best for me as an individual with limited understanding of pension transfer implications and confirmed that I was correct in stepping away from what had been put in front of me by previous cold-callers.

Mark S.

Pensions introduction in North America

Communication was clear and prompt. The recommended consultant was knowledgeable and able to cater to our needs and unique circumstances.

Simon C.

Canadian Tax Return introduction in Canada

What is so good about the advisor you pointed to is that he has extensive knowledge of both France and the UK, so he understands the financial set-up in both countries. I also liked him immediately when we met on Zoom for the first time. He grasped my situation and my priorities very quickly. If I have any reservation it is that he didn't always acknowledge and respond to my emails, but I do know that this is a crazy time for advisors with the Brexit deadline.

Alison D.

Assurance Vie introduction in United Kingdom

Quick response, and follow up from the connection that was made - which was professional and trustworthy 

Sarah B.

Uk Tax Return introduction in Netherlands

I had a very rapid response from both experts for expats & the partner & the information I needed was in the initial email & didn’t need further inquiries. But I was very impressed by their rapidity, expertise in giving me the necessary information. I will get in touch again if need be & will definitely give their references to others in need of such expertise!

Ann B.

UK Tax Return introduction in France

Must-read opinion articles

Expat Financial Advice

Assurance vie: a detailed guide for expats living in France

For expats living or retiring in France, an assurance vie is a tax efficient investment product which should be considered…

Read full article >

Moving abroad help and advice

Finding a job abroad: Four essential tips to help you land the perfect expat job

Finding a job abroad is a dream for many career driven people, however landing that dream job is different to…

Read full article >

Expat Pensions

QROPS in Australia – Transferring a UK pension

An explanation of how QROPS in Australia are possible for people looking to transfer UK pension funds into an Australian…

Read full article >

Expat Pensions

Transferring your pension to a SIPP

While self-invested personal pension schemes (SIPPs) were originally designed for more experienced investors, more and more people (including UK non-residents)…

Read full article >

Expat Opinion

What could Brexit mean for Sterling and Euro exchange rates?

Exchange rates are already in a state of flux as a result of the EU Referendum which is still over…

Read full article >

Taxes for Expats

Non-Dom tax rule changes: Who will be affected and how?

On 6 April 2017, new rules will be introduced affecting many non-doms in the UK. Find out what these rules…

Read full article >

Expat Financial Advice

Gifted Deposits: What are they and how they work for expats

An explanation of gifted deposits for expats looking to purchase property and secure a mortgage.

Read full article >

Expat Financial Advice

The complexities of buying property in Italy

We have broken down some of the legal complexities involved when buying property in Italy, to help you have a…

Read full article >

Taxes for Expats

Our top ten tips for expats settling in to a new country

Moving to a new country can be both exciting and daunting. However, follow our ten steps to settling in to…

Read full article >

Expat Financial Advice

Financial considerations of Executive Expats living in Africa

Executive expats in Africa require access to tailored and independent wealth management advice provided within a safe and secure financial…

Read full article >

Expat Financial Advice

Seven tips to help ensure that your international money transfer is secure

As an expat, international money transfers are frequent occurences. These are our tips to help ensure that your transactions are…

Read full article >

Expat Pensions

Five essential tips to maintain good financial health as an expat in Italy

Five important financial tips to adapt, survive and thrive as an expat living in Italy!

Read full article >