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Planning to leave your teaching job next year and either move to another expat destination or return home?
Make your exit from expat teaching as smooth and as stress-free as possible with great tips from me and Eileen Adamson from Your Money Sorted in “The Exiting Expats’ Checklist Masterclass.”
My name is Sorcha Coyle and I run the Empowering Expat Teachers Facebook community. Today, I list the important personal and professional things you should do before you leave to make your transition much easier!
Joining me today is Eileen Adamson, a Money coach and PE teacher, who is passionate about helping other women to become happier, healthier and wealthier. Eileen talks about what financial aspects you must consider before returning home.
Here are the links mentioned in the Masterclass!
Links mentioned in the Masterclass:
Kathryn Relocated article for returning expats
Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme – QROPS
Pensions – Ireland
Disclosure: Some of the links below are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase.
Mortgages – Habito offer free mortgage advice, and can compare the whole of the market
Cars – Motor Source Group offer discounted cars for teachers