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It’s almost the New Year, and we are all very excited to greet 2016 with a bang!
But before you light the fireworks, here’s a quick roundup of our most popular blogs from this year. We hope you didn’t miss any of them, but just in case, here they are for your reading pleasure.
5th place: 7 habits of self-made millionaires
Did you know that 86% of millionaires are self-made? If they can do it – you can too! This blog explored the adoptable habits of the likes of Warren Buffett and Richard Branson and what sets them apart from the rest.
4th place: 7 things all expats are tired of hearing
As expats, we’re often on the receiving end of some of the most amusing questions and remarks, as though we are a different species. In this blog, we talk about the things expats are most tired of hearing - we’re pretty sure you’ve heard one or two! Click here to read the blog.
3rd place: Revealed: 3 shocking reasons expats lose money
If you are an investor who’s always wondering why your international investments aren’t working as hard as you think they should, you might find the answers in our third most popular blog this year, written by our CEO, Sam Instone. These reasons might shock you. You’ve been warned… Click here to read the blog.
2nd place: Expat living revealed: Why expats can never save
Why is it that even after you are earning more than you did back home, your financial situation is still not getting any better? It’s likely you are making some of these typical financial mistakes, which make it difficult for you to save. But don’t fret. It’s not too late to regain control of your financial future! Click here to read the blog.
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1st place: The silent pension killer: Don’t let it ruin your retirement
Most expats think the safest way to save for their retirement is to leave their money in cash. In a bank. No risk. Easily accessible. But is it? Beware of the silent pension killer which could be slowly eating up your retirement pot. Click here to read the blog.
Thank you for all your support this year, for your suggestions, feedback and views. Next year we will continue to bring you relevant and informative blogs through which we hope to help you make the best decisions for your money.
In the meantime, look out for further blogs rounding up the highs and lows of this year on the markets and in the wider world.