There is no doubting that it is easy to be lured into a lifestyle of free spending; one which can leave little or no disposable income by the end of each month for saving towards emergencies, periods of unemployment, significant future expenses and retirement.
We all know people that fit perfectly in to this case-study. What was once a rose-tinted ideal suddenly becomes a head scratching conundrum.
Despite this, a message of hope remains. Saving a set portion of your salary each month towards short-term, medium term and long-term objectives is possible and there are many options which may suit in terms of how much you save per month and for how long. Many of these solutions can also be continued back in most home countries and in fact have some tax benefits over domestic accounts.
Contact GMS here for an introductory meeting and more information on savings accounts for short term savings, future significant purchases and retirement.
This could be one of the most important meetings you have this year if you’re serious about making your time working overseas really count towards securing your future.
If you’re hoping to create a better life for yourself and your family, then this is a great opportunity to make sure that you avoid the common mistakes that expatriates regularly make when making their financial plan. Click here to book your no-obligation initial consultation.
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