Managing your finances wisely while you move around the world comes with a lot of responsibilities and issues.
As an expatriate, your financial position is often complicated, and you will have to make multiple financial decisions in terms of which bank to open an account with, whether to become a non-resident for tax purposes, where to move your investment account, how to access insurance for best healthcare facilities and more.
Are you considering moving to Berlin? It just might be an excellent decision! With its reputation as a young, fun city, Berlin is a magnet for creative artists and young professionals looking for better opportunities. At the same time, Berlin strikes the fine balance of modernity with history and tradition.
About 73 million people or 90% of the population of Germany are a part of its statutory health insurance system. With the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, Germany has brought into effect some digital health reforms. This further support the maintaining of social distancing norms. The Digital Healthcare Act was passed by the parliament. It has sparked a debate on the breach of privacy of German residents.
For many of us, our pets are family without whom life is often unimaginable. But what happens when you have to move? How do you take them along? While moving to Germany, there are some rules and regulations about pet relocation that you need to be aware of.
If you are reading this article, then you are probably considering relocating to Germany for a job. Aside from all the bureaucratic formalities and paperwork, there are certain things that you need to keep in mind while moving to Germany. Here are the three important things you need to consider while looking for work in Germany – the land of poets and thinkers.
Through this short story of my expatriation journey I am explaining the importance of achieving the right financial freedom and desired lifestyle, even while migrating.
When we talk about financial inclusion, you might be picturing the world’s poorest nations locked in inflated cash economies, or refugees fleeing from the struggles of their home country. Our current understanding has made us recognise that the issue is far broader than that.
According to the latest reports, the expatriation of citizens from the UK has spiked with more and more people moving to other EU-27 countries and Germany being their main destination. In this article we are listing some key advices that will help your move during the early days.
Relocating to a new country introduces new expenses and related stress. In this post we’re mapping what you should be expecting to spend before settling and start living and working in Germany.
Are you planning to move to Germany? At Ocyan, we made a checklist of the things that you need to do in order to start living and working in Germany.