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How a personalised introductory service will help you find the expert advice you need

Finance is one of the most common areas of confusion for people especially for those that live abroad, it’s not surprising that many feel overwhelmed. This article provides an overview of how a personalised introductory service could help you make smarter decisions.

Written by E4E Editor on 11 April 2019

Moving abroad can be stressful, and there are many things you need to consider before you pack your bags and set off on your exciting new venture.

Finance is one of the most common areas of confusion for people who, like you, have decided to move overseas. And with so much advice out there, it’s not surprising that many feel overwhelmed.

You may be feeling unsure of where to start, or confused about which advice applies to you. If this sounds like you, you’re certainly not alone. To help expats make the best decisions when it comes to their big move, we’ve set up a free introductory service that puts you in touch with an expert who can offer advice tailored specifically to your needs.

This article provides an overview of how a personalised introductory service could work for you.

No two situations are exactly the same

The law is pretty black and white when it comes to expat tax and other financial legal matters. However, every situation is different. No two queries we receive through Experts for Expats are exactly the same, and that means every piece of advice should be tailored according to each individual’s needs. This is really important, as getting expat advice that’s specific to your circumstances will help you to make the best choices for you and your family, all while staying on the right side of the law.

A holistic approach to expert advice

Most introductory services will have a range of experts who focus on different areas of advice expats will be looking for. These may include the tax laws specific to your country of origin and relocation, pensions and retirement, property portfolio management, independent financial advice and investments.

This range of expert opinions allows introductions to be personalised, which means you’ll more easily find an advisor that suits your specific needs. You’ll have access to a range of advice across different industries, and can take a more holistic approach when planning your big move.

Advice you can trust

Not all advice is created equal and, unfortunately, not all advisors have your best interests at heart. A personal introduction to an expert will ensure you get the advice you need from someone you can trust.

Look for introductory services that use accredited experts who have been properly vetted. Check the reviews from expats who have already used their services and, if in doubt, ask the expat community for their thoughts and feedback.

The human touch

While machine learning can certainly be useful, there’s nothing quite like human-to-human interaction, especially when you’re feeling under pressure and looking for an answer to a specific question.

Personal introductions are just that - personal - which means you have the space to give as much detail as necessary, and your request will be dealt with by a human who wants to provide you with the best experience possible. In fact, the more information you give on first contact, the more likely it is you’ll find the advice you’re looking for.

Are you an expat looking for expert advice, tailored to you? We can help. Request an introduction with an accredited specialist from our network and get the expert advice you need.

See our list of introductory services here >