Andrew Hallam, author of Millionaire Teacher looks at the application of a simple rule that will help structure your savings as you plan for retirement. You have to be disciplined, but you can still be comfortable, live well and then retire well. The sooner you start, the better!
Swimming with sharks?
Andrew Hallam is an ex-teacher and author of the Global Expatriate’s Guide to Investment. He suggests that we should know what we’re getting into when investing hard earned money, and offers some suggestions about where to look to find the financial dolphins!
In this article, fully updated for the start of the new school year, Peter McCartney explains, that as a British national working overseas, it is wise to review your financial house keeping now. If you are taking up a position after working in the UK in 2016, you may also be entitled to a very handy UK tax rebate just as you need it most after setting up your new home.
One of the main objectives of working overseas is to build up savings for the future – but do international teachers always have the self-discipline to start this in the proper way. Author of best selling book, Millionaire Teacher, Andrew Hallam suggests that getting into the right habit is important when moving overseas. Then, if at some point you land a job in one of the better paying schools, you are ready to take advantage, while still enjoying the overseas lifestyle to the full.
Swept along on the initial excitement of travel and working overseas it is tempting to leave financial planning for another day. Sadly for some such procrastination will result in later regret and financial uncertainty or even instability. Erik Richardson discovers a book that offers hope and sound financial advice for those working overseas; a book that could secure your financial future.
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