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There are some people who quietly go about their business in the background, almost as an “éminence grise”. They work away and live their everyday lives, whilst improving the fortunes of others.

Scottish-born Douglas Arnott, owner of a professional translation office and a translator/interpreter himself by profession, is one such person. Besides his significant daily workload he is the Continue Reading

Stuart McAlister, owner and Managing Director of Inter Relocation has been named as the new Vice-President of the European Relocation Association.

He will hold this prestigious position for two years. Then he will have served the maximum six years that EuRA board members may serve. His time with the executive group of EuRA will end. Stuart will assist and … Continue Reading

Read about Marylin Ball-Brown & Gene Brown, their journey, how they retired to Hungary and the challenges they overcame.

We married in March of 1980 in the Pacific NW. Shortly after, Marylin had to have emergency surgery which put an end to any hope of having children of our own.

During our marriage we traveled a lot and were fascinated … Continue Reading

2015/2 – by Ágnes Horváth, in Business Traveller Hungary

Adapting to a new country and culture can take several weeks or even months, but with appropriate help, the transition can be a lot smoother.

Finding and furnishing the suitable home, handling the documents necessary for legal employment and residence, getting to know the new place of residence and the local … Continue Reading

When the time comes to retire will you be ready to live in the same country in which you have always lived? Can you afford your house payments on just your retirement income? How about renting an apartment in the middle of town? Payments, upkeep and maintenance on your car(s)? Food, utilities, entertainment? As costs increase, your fixed retirement income

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