Is the Expat Lifestyle Right for You? Points to Consider

January 18th, 2019 by Holly Godbey | Comments Off on Is the Expat Lifestyle Right for You? Points to Consider

The expat lifestyle can be rewarding and exciting. However, it’s a jump that’s not for everyone. There’s a lot to consider before you take the plunge into a lifestyle that’s far removed from what you might be used to. It’s not for the faint of heart. Here are good and not-so-good things to consider before […]

The Best Destinations for Retiring Abroad

December 27th, 2018 by Holly Godbey | Comments Off on The Best Destinations for Retiring Abroad

Forget retiring to Florida. Why not head even further out? More and more professionals are choosing to retire abroad for a variety of reasons. For one, you can get more for your money in retirement in many international countries, while simultaneously living a more enjoyable life.  Think about it; for a fraction of the price […]

How to Succeed as an Expat Spouse

December 8th, 2014 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on How to Succeed as an Expat Spouse

There are a growing number of expatriates across the world and, unsurprisingly, many are married or otherwise coupled. When a spouse makes the decision to live and work abroad, they often receive training and other accommodations to make their transition overseas easier. But what about their partner? For many, a transition to expat life when […]

Four Tales of Expat Residency Issues

September 29th, 2014 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on Four Tales of Expat Residency Issues

Many expatriates use investment properties in a variety of countries to supplement their income–it’s a smart choice, given the ease of acquiring income. While the rules might be different in every country, investing in property will always be a good choice–if you’re smart about where and how you do it. Jason Hartman has traveled all […]

The Ins and Outs of Repatriation

September 3rd, 2014 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on The Ins and Outs of Repatriation

The expatriate experience is a great one for many people, and can last as little or as long as one desires. For many, the process of moving back to a home country can be a difficult one. After a life of exciting travel, new culture, and the thrill of successfully overcoming challenges,repatriation can bring a […]

How to Choose a Freelance Job

August 18th, 2014 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on How to Choose a Freelance Job

If you are living abroad or doing a lot of traveling, it can be nice to continue a steady income. While real estate investing is a great way to maintain a paycheck, there are other ways you can continue to build wealth. Freelance jobs of any kind are a great way to keep your mind […]

The Expat’s Guide to Communicating Remotely

June 11th, 2014 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on The Expat’s Guide to Communicating Remotely

If you’re a seasoned expat or just embarking on a life of travel and adventure, you’re going to want to communicate with the outside world. Sometimes you’re going to feel lonely and disconnected and you’ll want to easily be in touch with friends and family in other parts of the world. Technology makes all of […]

JS 46: Comparing Billions of Cheap Flights & Hotels with Martin Lumbye of Momondo A Global Travel Search Engine

October 15th, 2012 by Jason | Comments Off on JS 46: Comparing Billions of Cheap Flights & Hotels with Martin Lumbye of Momondo A Global Travel Search Engine

There is a saturation of travel search engines these days that will do everything from find a cheap flight to offering tips and advice on best hotels, restaurants and sights to visit.  So how does one stand out from the rest?  On this episode, Jason Hartman talks with one of Momondo’s partners, Martin Lumbye. Launched in […]

JS 44: Finding the Best Airfares with James Filsinger CEO of Yapta A Discount Airfare & Hotel Price Tracking Service

September 26th, 2012 by Jason | Comments Off on JS 44: Finding the Best Airfares with James Filsinger CEO of Yapta A Discount Airfare & Hotel Price Tracking Service

Jason Hartman is joined by Yapta President and CEO, James Filsinger to talk about how Yapta is able to save travelers millions of dollars in airfare and James demystifies the automated yield management systems used by airlines to establish pricing. James explains how the Yapta website works, from finding the best deal on a flight […]

JS 43: Building Your Financial Castle with Kevin Wessell President of the Hope for Congo Foundation

September 20th, 2012 by Jason | 1 Comment »

Kevin Wessell is the president of The Hope for Congo Foundation, which is dedicated to the belief that education is the best way to break the cycle of poverty to give children around the world hope for a brighter future. He believes that every child should have the opportunity to have an education. Mr. Wessell […]