Are you thinking of moving abroad? If so, you’ve got a lot to think about. Moving to another country isn’t only about booking a one-way ticket. What about taxes, work permits, and other legal considerations? In the second part of this week’s Goldsteinon Gelt podcast, Doug finds out what you need to know when he interviews Darlene Hart, chairwoman of the U.S. Tax & Financial Services Group.
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How does moving abroad affect your financial rights? And who will help you settle into your new country when you might not yet know the language? On the first part of this weeks Goldstein on Gelt show, you will meet Peter Anstis, founder of Expatsradio.com, a resource for reliable information and entertainment for expats, would-be expats, and frequent travelers. Tune into this weeks show to find out what happens to your voting and pension rights when you decide to make the move.
This week, Anne Hornung-Soukup, finance director of the ACA (American Citzens Abroad), comes back to Goldstein on Gelt to tell us more about the American government’s taxation policy and how it relates to U.S. expats. Taxation for American citizens abroad is a complicated story. Listen to this week’s show to find out how U.S. taxes still affect you, even if you haven’t been back to the States for years or have never been there but have American parents…