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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 Times - Thousands of retiring Britons vote for Brexodus - click to see article
Saga - Want to retire in the EU? What could the future hold for you? - click to see article
MailOnline - A third of British expats would like to move back to the UK and 40% admit they are homesick... but they will stay abroad for a better quality of life - click to see article
BBC Breakfast - Expats in Cyprus having issues with UK bank accounts - click to see article
The Observer - How to relocate overseas - click to see article
The Guardian - The older expats facing poverty – thanks to Brexit and frozen pensions - click to see article

Latest opinion pieces from our experts

Australian mortgages for expats and non-residents
Spanish Wealth Tax and how it affects British expats in Spain
Brexit and pensions: What impact will Brexit have on UK pensions?

What expats say about our experts

So good to talk to someone with professional experience of expat issues without having to shop around to find someone first.

Gillian B.

Wills introduction in Germany

Contact was fast. Initial consultation was informative and helpful. The consultant was very personable, listened to my questions and was thoughtful and thorough in his responses. In a forum such as this, the consultant must convince the client that they are trustworthy and knowledgeable; The consultant I spoke with did that!

Lucy P.

Pensions introduction in United States

After dealing with PwC for many years, it was refreshing to deal with a person that sounded like he actually cared...

Rossana R.

Statutory Residence Test introduction in Denmark

Having very little idea about my tax and personal finance obligations as a potential expat, both the information provided on the website and the advice I received from the consultant during the consultation was extremely helpful in answering my key concerns.

Jason D.

Tax introduction in United Kingdom

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