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Investing while in the US on a fixed term contract

I know I should be talking to an financial planner/adviser about this, and I will do, but... I am British. I'm going to be living and working in the U.S. for somewhere between one and three years. I will probably return to the UK afterwards, but there is a chance I will stay in the U.S. forever. I would rate that chance at about 50/50. I would like to save a fraction of my income while in the U.S., and I would like those savings to grow. I would like to retain at least the possibility of suddenly withdrawing them if and when I leave the U.S. I understand there will be fees and taxes involved in such a withdrawal, but I would of course like to minimize them. And I would like to balance this possibility against the possibility that I will be staying forever, and should make a start on saving for retirement. [more inside]
posted by caek on Mar 25, 2013 - 4 answers

Living of savings for a couple of years

I am thinking about living off savings of about £15000 for a couple of years. How can I best manage my money? [more inside]
posted by caek on Aug 23, 2010 - 6 answers

What does the NYT Style Guide say about "UK" vs. "England"

Can someone with a copy of the New York Times Style Guide tell me what it says about the preferred nomenclature for the country that calls itself "The United Kingdom"? They seem to use "England" as a synonym for the UK (e.g.), which most Britons consider incorrect. I'm interested to learn if this usage is justified in the Style Guide or is it just following standard usage in the US, which is rather casual about the distinction. Bonus points if you can tell me what the AP Style Guide (or any other American usage guide) says. [more inside]
posted by caek on Jun 12, 2008 - 17 answers

Should I buy winter clothing in Utah or London?

Would I be better off buying a winter coat and heavy shoes in Park City, Utah or London? [more inside]
posted by caek on Jan 14, 2008 - 17 answers

Where should I get music packaging made in the UK

Where can I get small-run, high-spec, right-on CD (and vinyl) packaging manufactured, ideally in the UK, but failing that elsewhere? [more inside]
posted by caek on Nov 30, 2005 - 1 answer

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