As the UK leaves the European Union, still many questions remain about what this will mean.
With Britons still split on the subject, millions of expats tonight will be either raising a glass of bubbly, or mourning the end of the UK's membership without knowing what will happen in the coming days, weeks and years.
To help you navigate the uncertainty, we have compiled an e-guide that covers the five key factors that you must understand to protect your investments from the volatility caused by the Brexit crisis, and how to use this to your advantage.
As fellow expats, this affects us too. That's why our team of experts have put their heads together to come up with the some tips and hints while the UK Government focus on those back home.
Find out about the issues that will affect you.
As a UK expat living and working outside of the EU you could be forgiven for thinking that the outcome of the EU referendum will have little or no impact on you. If you are still financially linked to the UK then you might want to think again.
A weak pound can harm your retirement fund. If you are receiving a UK pension income and transferring to a different currency you could find your money doesn't stretch as far