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All You Need to Know About Taxes for Expats

Monday, March 4th, 2013

Did you know that America is about the only country in the world that taxes its expatriate citizens, even if they haven’t lived or worked in the States for many years, and even if they haven’t lived or worked there at all? So what do U.S. citizens need to know about taxation before they consider living abroad? And what is Residence-Based Taxation (RBT)? On this week’’s Goldstein on Gelt show, Doug speaks to Jackie Bugnion of the ACA, who heads the tax team of the organization’s executive committee, to find out more.

The Expats: Fiction or Reality? (Podcast)

Monday, February 25th, 2013

Is there anything dramatic or exciting about being an expat? On the first part of this week’s Goldstein on Gelt show, Doug meets Chris Pavone, author of The Expats, a novel that he wrote while living in Luxembourg. Chris had worked as a book editor in New York City for 20 years until his wife was offered a job in Luxembourg, and he became a stay-at-home dad to their young children while living in Europe. This experience became the backdrop to his book The Expats, a best-selling thriller. Find out more on this week’s show.

What Happens to Your Rights When You Move Abroad?

Monday, January 7th, 2013

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 week’s 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 week’s show to find out what happens to your voting and pension rights when you decide to make the move.

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