Are You Drowning In Paperwork?
Are you hiding it in an overflowing filing cabinet, hoping you’ll never need it? Or fed up with never having the information you need, when you need it?
If you are anything like, me, you’ve discovered that expat life is a paperwork nightmare – juggling cross border tax jurisdictions, healthcare records and multiple currency bank accounts. Add to that the normal flood of school, work, and household paperwork, and it is all too easy to lose track of the important information under a deluge of details.
It’s why I created the Family File – a simple, comprehensive guide for keeping the information you need available, updateable and easy to grab in an emergency. It contains all the critical information you need to keep you in control and in the know, no matter how crazy life gets, and takes the guess-work out of knowing where you’ve put your most important information.
Printable ChecklistsDrowning in details and don’t know where to start? We’ve taken care of it for you, with over 50 checklists! Just fill in the blanks to create your comprehensive, at-your-fingertips handbook.
Unlimited AccessNeed to make changes? No worries! Unlike ready printed files, this one is yours to download as many times as you need*, so you can make changes, add or replaces pages and get updates simply and easily.
Lifetime UpdatesWith lifetime updates and checklist suggestion feature, you’ll never be left without the checklist you need to stay in control.
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What Other Are Saying
If this is your life, you have clicked on the right place! This is where you need to be, where you will know that you are not alone, where you can laugh and learn that there are ways of managing the chaos that comes with being an expat.”Aisha Chaudry