Living abroad: practical details

When you plan to leave your home country and settle abroad, plenty of questions are in your mind. You have many practical aspects to deal with, and all of them are not obvious.

  • Tax Paris Realestate Myhomeabroad

    Low taxation regime in Paris

    Property tax is due by the owner, it is relatively inexpensive in Paris which combines the statutes of a City and a Department. For non-residents, the French Treasury (tax department) is less greedy, there are many tax breaks for those who live more than 180 …

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    Living in Paris

    To establish one’s second home or for settlement, Paris property market has assets that make it one of the most popular cities in the world. Cheaper than London or Moscow, Paris real estate will stay a safe and stable investment.

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    The price of fuel in Thailand

    When you move into a country and you own a car, the price of fuel is an important mater, as it will represent a significant expense in your budget. Here are the main fuel categories that you will find at the gas pump in Thailand, …

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    Subscribing a car insurance in Thailand

    The driving Compulsory insurance in Thailand, called the “CPLT” for Compulsory Third Party Liability or PO LO BO, is the government insurance and the minimum requirement for driving a car in Thailand. This insurance will only cover the damages to people (third party) that you would cause while …

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    Northern Cyprus: why you could live there…

    Cyprus is a place with perfect weather: the summers are long and winters mild and short. This Mediterranean country laced with the history of ancient civilisations is also offering many modern attractions. You will find there vast swathes of unspoiled countryside and empty beaches. In Northern Cyprus, …

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    Buying a car in Thailand: the paperwork

    To buy a car in Thailand, you must have a work permit and a certificate of residence. If you do not work but you have a retiree visa, you will be allowed to buy a car as well. To buy a car, it is highly …

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    Driving in Thailand

    If you want to drive in Thailand, you must be in possession of your national driving license. This is enough to rent a car, but it is better, in order to avoid insurance issues, to bring an International Driving Permit, issued freely in some countries, …

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    Cost of living in Thailand

    Thailand is indeed one of those destinations where the cost of living is much more affordable than in many western countries, with a ratio generally estimated around 3 or 4 compared to a country like France.

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    Thailand: visa overstay, beware to consequences!

    To ease tourism, and as long as you are staying in Thailand less than one month, there is a visa exemption for citizen of many countries, including US, France and several other European countries. If you plan to stay in Thailand for more than one month, you must apply for …

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    Property in Thailand: what are the condo fees?

    A condominium must meet its maintenance and management expenses. The responsibility of each owner depends on the surface of the units he owns. The total amount of expenses is defined and agreed during the owners annual general meeting (AGM). The fund is gathered in advance by the …

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