Lily

Lily

Startup Partnerships, Stripe

Money Abroad has been such an incredible resource for someone like myself living abroad to be inspired by other people creating side hustles, how they juggle different aspects of investing, building wealth and learning new interesting, applicable nuggets every week!
Safir Jamal

Safir Jamal

Head of Strategy

IN A LEAGUE OF ITS OWN! There's no other newsletter that gives me the hard-hitting truths of building wealth as an expat the way that Money Abroad does. Each email I receive has at least 2-3 ACTIONABLE tips - whether it's a personal finance tool I haven't heard of, a new residency permit I should check out, a not-so-daunting side hustle idea, or an asset allocation strategy that makes me want to immediately rebalance my portfolio. Relatable, informative, and a true pleasure to read!
Anni Cai

Anni Cai

Investment Associate

Love your content, Dexter! Short, sweet, immensely high ROI from the 1min needed to read through.
Jesse Lau

Jesse Lau

Product Manager

The only time I've heard about the concept of semi-retirement (and in detail) is from you - thank you!
Jason Cronen

Jason Cronen

Partner, Garden District Ventures

Money Abroad is a go-to guide for navigating the exciting (and sometimes chaotic) world of living and working overseas. From juggling day-to-day personal finances to managing remote teams to understanding taxes across borders, Dexter fosters a supportive community of readers and helps others crack the code. Say goodbye to confusion and hello to expat success by subscribing to Money Abroad. You’ll be glad you did.
Viktor

Viktor

Chief of Staff, Docquity

Money Abroad is a must-have newsletter for expats looking to build and grow their wealth while living abroad. It offers practical advice and expert insights that have truly transformed my financial journey. Dexter's ability to simplify complex financial concepts makes the newsletter accessible irrespective of your background.
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Aynur A.

I loved the case studies, especially the one about the guy who didn't know what he wanted to do. I also love the fact that at least one of them was nowhere near financial independence. Your newsletter is literally the only one I read now. Even Justin Welsh's newsletter, while it's good for a few months, only really applies to a specific way of setting up a business and is heavily geared towards a personal brand type business. Thanks so much!
Chiin G.

Chiin G.

I was on a career break and was just lurking around LinkedIn when I saw Dexter's interesting posts and Money Abroad. I saw his cold outreach scripts, and started to reach out to interesting people on LinkedIn using it! It was very helpful for me during that time, and helped me improve in reaching out to people to ask for advice, hear their story and just chat. Because of the repetition of outreaching cold, I landed a role in business development. His scripts are still very useful for me in terms of how to frame how to approach a total stranger on the internet haha! :)
Karthik Rajeswaran

Karthik Rajeswaran

Product Leader

Managing money as an expat/global citizen doesn't have a 'playbook' in the same way that localised investing does. Money Abroad helps to demystify these challenges and explain concepts in simple ways, with real examples. It's had an impact on financial discussions in our household and I'm confident it'll have the same effect on others too.
Andri

Andri

Product Manager

The Money Abroad Newsletter is the newsletter I wished had existed before I moved to Singapore 10 years ago It combines a comprehensive collection of information gathered from diverse finance blogs, expert advice from financial advisors, and invaluable practical tips and tricks derived solely from personal experiences of workflow experimentations. It's practical not only for Expats, but for Local SG Citizens / Residence as well!
Margarita Rabinovich

Margarita Rabinovich

Money Abroad provides invaluable tips around managing finances while living in a foreign country in a practical and easy to digest way. As an expat myself, I've often struggled with optimising my financial decisions while living abroad. I'm very grateful to now have Money Abroad as a resource for learning about possible approaches and how my peers tackle similar challenges.
Anders

Anders

New Growth, Wilhelmsen Ships Service

As an expat without a clear return date, the Money Abroad newsletter gives useful insights and inspiration of how to manage my finances while living abroad - as well as stats on how others manage their finances abroad and lessons that I can use for the rest of my life.
Chris Ming

Chris Ming

Principal Product Manager, Growth, Persefoni

Money Abroad is the resource I wish I had when I first moved my family abroad! Love the practical tips, advice, and profiles on how to think about saving and investing your money when you're living a non-traditional life abroad.
Michael Duyvesteijn

Michael Duyvesteijn

Entrepreneur

Managing my finances has always been a bit hard to grasp for me. And as an expat with an international spouse, that has only complicated things. Before subscribing to the newsletter, I had 60-70% understanding of personal finance. Money Abroad gets me that additional 20% (so now 80-90%).
Ysabel Chua

Ysabel Chua

Investments at Forge Ventures

As a new and young expat in Singapore, MoneyAbroad has been a great resource! I love that it offers more tactical and nuanced advice vs the more general tips that you would find online. Also really like the format and how digestible the content is.
Leonard So

Leonard So

Machine Learning Engineer, Datature

Money Abroad is an interesting newsletter that covers a variety of topics in the fairly niche and undercovered segment of expats. It provides new insights on the demographic and pretty engaging and digestable content. Would recommend for expats or those planning to become expats!
Emily

Emily

Community Founder, Asian Wander Women

The Money Abroad newsletter is exactly what I needed. I'm a personal finance nerd and a travel community entrepreneur, so I love being informed in this space. Dexter always hits the nail on its head. I love the detailed business case studies, the thought provoking finance topics, and the blend of being abroad and money. It's a must subscribe!
Alin Dobrea

Alin Dobrea

Head of Marketing Solutions, ZALORA

An email newsletter that I really look forward to reading every week. Covers a lot of juicy topics that I enjoy such as financial planning, asset allocation and new business opportunities. Highly recommended.
Lily

Lily

Startup Partnerships, Stripe

Money Abroad has been such an incredible resource for someone like myself living abroad to be inspired by other people creating side hustles, how they juggle different aspects of investing, building wealth and learning new interesting, applicable nuggets every week!
Safir Jamal

Safir Jamal

Head of Strategy

IN A LEAGUE OF ITS OWN! There's no other newsletter that gives me the hard-hitting truths of building wealth as an expat the way that Money Abroad does. Each email I receive has at least 2-3 ACTIONABLE tips - whether it's a personal finance tool I haven't heard of, a new residency permit I should check out, a not-so-daunting side hustle idea, or an asset allocation strategy that makes me want to immediately rebalance my portfolio. Relatable, informative, and a true pleasure to read!
Anni Cai

Anni Cai

Investment Associate

Love your content, Dexter! Short, sweet, immensely high ROI from the 1min needed to read through.
Jesse Lau

Jesse Lau

Product Manager

The only time I've heard about the concept of semi-retirement (and in detail) is from you - thank you!