Free Mortgage Health Check. Or Are You Thinking About Buying in The Netherlands?

Have you taken a look at whether you are getting the best deal on your mortgage recently? Are you looking at all the rent you are paying and wondering whether it would be better to buy a property rather than continue to rent?? For a free, no obligation, consultation on your...

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New Pension Editors Section On Expatica

Our financial experts, here at AES, are often called upon to provide professional financial services content for both on and off line media. Please find link below for newly revised Editors Guide to Pensions - published on Expatica, which has been put together from different articles of which one of AES' branch managers,...

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Most Expensive City to Live?

With Tokyo holding the top spot for the world's most expensive place to live for many years Zurich, in Switzerland, has now taken over that coveted position. According to the 'Economic Intelligence Unit’s Worldwide Cost of Living Index', Zurich is now officially the most expensive city to live in. This is partly due...

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Portable Retirement Plans for Expats

AES International is involved with writing editorial content for various media outlets including Expatica.com which is considered to be the premier website, for internationals and expats, in ten major expat centres throughout Europe. Please find attached an article detailing the solution to the 'Portable Retirement Plan'. Published on Expatica.com Portable Retirement Plans - The Expat...

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Who Wants to be a Millionaire?!

Want to Become a Millionaire? It is Possible... Since the global economic recession, a majority of people are giving savings and investments a higher priority. When it comes to monetary savings, the million-dollar milestone is still a dream for most people. According to a recent CNBC survey, 31% or about one-third of Americans...

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China Trade Growth Slows to 2-Year Lows in December

Many are looking upon China to 'drag' the world economy out of the doldrums, however, data released on Thursday shows that China's exports and imports grew at their slowest pace in more than two years in December as foreign and domestic demand slowed. Some argue that this, ultimately, is of benefit...

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Euro Continues Decline – Should We Be Surprised?

The Euro continues to fall against the USD, however, should we be surprised? Not withstanding the issues surrounding the current Euro debt issues - currencies will often revert back to what is known as the PPP or 'Price Power Parity'. In simple terms this is the buying power that one currency will have against...

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