Category Archive: British

Jan 09 2014

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Expat Index Investors Should Duck U.S. Estate Taxes

Non-American expats with U.S. listed stocks or ETFs might consider making a switch. U.S. estate tax laws suggest if an expat owns more than $60,000 in U.S. listed stocks or funds, and gets hit by a bus or eaten by a crocodile, their heirs will feel the bite.   By investing on a different exchange, …

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Nov 26 2010

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How British Expatriates Can Invest Using Index Funds in Singapore

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“The investment business is a giant scam.  Most people think they can find fund managers who can outperform, but most people are wrong.  You should simply hold index funds.  No doubt about it.” Harvard University’s Endowment Fund leader, Jack Meyer British expatriates in Singapore are finding a way to bi-pass expensive financial services. They’re figuring …

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