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March 26, 2021 1 min

One of the huge benefits of moving to a country in the digital age is that, wherever you are, there are many expat communities and resources available with helpful advice from people who have had similar experiences. This is particularly useful to find out what is going on in your area and other great things to buy and sell.

We have put together a few tips to help you embrace your new life and make the move the best for you.

Wherever you live, be open to opportunities that lead to social interaction. You have to meet people who have something to say to you. Invitations to participate in a crime or unwanted sexual relations should be declined. If someone suggests going to an art exhibition or sporting event, think carefully - you don't have to be wild about impressionism or football.

It is not necessary to invest in luxury accommodation. Try to stay in a condominium expats rentals Rotterdam for a few months and decide whether you want to stay there. Regardless of how long you intend to live as an expat, you will have to deal with various tax issues for which you are not prepared. If you are preparing to lead a relaxed life in retirement, you must have sufficient bank balances to support your loved ones.

Tax planning is one of the most important steps when you decide to move to a new destination. You can save thousands by doing tax planning right before the last step.

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