Benchmarking tool that lets you find out your net worth percentile amongst Money Abroad subscribers in your age group - including expat professionals working at top companies like Meta, Google, Amazon, Stripe, and BCG.
DBS, short for Development Bank of Singapore, is a solid banking option for expats in Singapore. It offers several types of bank accounts for expats such as Multi-currency accounts, Multiplier accounts, and DBS Treasures.
For non-residents, DBS bank account opening may be possible, but it will require you to visit a physical branch. I have used DBS for my personal bank accounts.
My go-to international brokerage. Interactive Brokers is a publicly traded American multinational brokerage (Nasdaq: IBKR) with a presence in 100+ countries and offers a wide variety of products including stocks, options, futures, forex, and even bonds.
When asked about brokerages, I generally recommend Interactive Brokers for expats and people living overseas. Here's why: low fees, broad selection of stocks and funds, and easier to move abroad with your account.
Comprehensive suite of portfolio analysis tools that helps you compare and analyze portfolios and investment products. I personally use the backtest asset allocation tool to compare portfolios.
Stephen Boush of Tietax has been a fantastic tax resource for me as an American expat professional. He and his team deliver customized services based on your needs.
I have worked with Stephen on my 2022 tax filings, plus consulted with him on numerous tax questions ranging from equity as a tech worker to business entity structuring.