Top tips for surviving in Singapore and getting your fix of society and culture.
2 weeks ago, I wrote about arriving in Singapore for the first time and being blown away by its unique combination of stunning high rise architecture, lush tropical greenery, melting pot of cultures and, oxymoron alert, its confident, yet refined, ostentation. Read more
Singapore is a great place for entrepreneurs, thanks to its blend of working styles, tax regime and ease of setting up a branch or subsidiary office. Read more
Singapore has been an independent republic since 1965, and in that period the city state has undergone a dramatic transformation from third world to first world country. Read more
As part of The Money Cloud Worldwide series PR and Content Manager Edmund Ingham is writing about his experiences travelling around Asia. To read posts from our previous series, about Malaysia, click here
It hadn’t occurred to me to visit Singapore before but now I am here I am wondering why not! Read more
I began my last post in this travelling Malaysia series by saying that the more time I spent in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the more I liked it.
Well, forgive me for sounding like a broken record, but a few days on that rings even truer!
I think that the first week to ten days in any city is not enough time to really get to know a new place – which is a shame because a week to ten days is all most of us get when we spend time abroad. Read more
The Money Cloud, your best resource for overseas money transfer comparison, explores Malaysia, its big banks and the fintech scene. Read our earlier posts on Malaysian fintech startups to watch and and overview of fintech in Malaysia.
Edmund Ingham, PR and Content Manager at The Money Cloud on how the government is supporting fintech in Malaysia and the startups to watch.
After 10 days in Kuala Lumpur I’ve finally got over the jetlag (it really can take that long) and I’m becoming acclimatised to the tropical heat. Kuala Lumpur has so much to offer every type of traveller, from its hipster cafes, to its bustling centre, to the Batu caves and the giant Buddha that sits beside them.
By Edmund Ingham, PR & Communications Manager, The Money Cloud
Fintech is a truly global phenomenon, and on behalf of The Money Cloud I am on a mission to explore the scene across SE Asia and China.
In almost all parts of the world, investment into fintech services and products is sky-rocketing, and nowhere is this truer than in Asia and China. Read more
In our recent series of articles we have looked at how to open a bank account overseas, how to arrange an overseas mortgage, and how to calculate tax on an overseas property.
So, with the hard work done, let’s indulge ourselves a bit and take a look at some of the best overseas destinations for property buyers, and some of the hottest properties on these markets. Of course, we cannot cover all of the best properties or give you all the facts in just one article, and we would urge you, wherever you do decide to buy, to take good advice and complete as much research as you can before you make a purchasing decision. But that said, this could be a great place to start your search!
In this recent series of articles, we have been looking at the possibilities of relocating abroad, and in this section we’ll be looking at paying tax on an overseas property, or properties.
A spell abroad can be an enriching experience for solo travellers, workers, families or retirees, but to make the most of the experience, and avoid the pitfalls, its best to know from the outset where you stand financially – this will not only give you peace of mind and leave you free to enjoy everything a spell overseas can offer, but also opens the door to exciting opportunities, such as acquiring a property overseas. Read more
Most of us have been tempted, or even given serious consideration to buying a property overseas at one stage in our lives, and rightly so!
For some of us the temptation is just a passing fancy; but for an increasing number what can seem like a wild and exotic decision at first can be, provided you do your research thoroughly, rooted in good sense, and not nearly as hard to achieve as some people will try to convince you it is.
If you are committed, sensible, realistic about what is achievable and know who you are dealing with, you may be surprised by how straightforward it can be to acquire a wonderful property abroad using a mortgage product. Read more
A local bank account can be a lifesaver when relocating abroad.
Relocating abroad is something that many people will do at least once in their lives, and generally speaking, it is a valuable life experience that allows you to experience a new culture, enhance your career prospects and even make you a more well-rounded person.
Even in today’s modern, digitalised world, however, there are certain hurdles that you must jump through and rules to comply with that you must understand if your stay abroad is to be a success. Read more