Who We Help
All of our financial advisors are American citizens living in the UK. They have a lot in common with you and inherently understand what it means to live a trans-Atlantic life.
Read here to learn more about how we help US expats living in the UK.
Read here to learn how we can help US and non-US trustees.
The biggest impact we have seen so far is on British nationals who spent a period of their working life in the USA and as a result have a US pension. Many US companies are no longer willing to work with such individuals.
Read here to learn more about how Tanager can help.
No one tells you this – when you cross-over your assets are likely to become subject to US tax.
Read here to learn more about how we can help people like you.
How We Help
BIRD’S EYE VIEW
Who We Are
Americans Advising Americans
It all started in Central Park. That’s where Liz and Dick Turner, a British couple on a posting to the United States, developed a passion for watching birds. Coincidentally, Central Park in the summer is one of the best places in the world for watching tanagers. From New York City, the Turners went on to […]
Here’s some good news for a change. US citizens living in the UK who pay taxes in both countries can receive tax deductions in both countries for charitable giving. In this Tanager Talk, Stuart Horwich, a founder and director of the Anglo-American Charitable Foundation, explains how. Stuart begins the interview by describing how gifting works […]
If you’ve ever asked yourself, ‘why did I eat that’ and don’t have a good answer, this Tanager Talk is for you. Dr Joan Ifland, a leading expert on food addiction explains how our brains react to refined foods, how these foods can harm us and what we can do about it. To begin, Joan […]
For the past 50 years, the lives of women and babies around the world have been saved and improved thanks to research supported by the UK-based charity Wellbeing of Women. Take this example. Pregnant women now are routinely advised to take folic acid to prevent birth defects. As a newly formed charity back in 1964, […]
Ever since psychologist Daniel Kahneman won a Nobel Prize for Economics in 2002, behavioral economics has been a hot topic in the field of financial advice and wealth management. But how should customers understand these insights and use them to make better decisions? In this Tanager Talk, we put this question to Alan Newman, a […]
International kids are different. Everyone who has raised these children – or been one – knows this to be true. In this Tanager Talk, we ask Mary Langford, Director of Langford International Education Consultancy and an expert on the issues facing globally mobile families, to help us understand what makes these children unique and how […]
Many people dream of giving up the day job to follow a passion. Julie Falconer, creator of the award-winning travel blog, A Lady in London, has done just that. Following a career in finance in San Francisco that included time at Goldman Sachs, Julie packed it in and moved to London with, as she puts […]
Who doesn’t love a wedding? With the season approaching and with one of our own Tanager partners preparing for his big day, we thought it would be fun to take a look at how differences between US and UK wedding traditions impacts a transatlantic couples’ planning. According to Dominique Douglas, Director of Stylish Events and […]
Imagine 170 pre-schoolers writing, composing and staging their own opera in a London theatre in front of 400 parents. According to Bill Zuckerman, this was his crowning achievement when he was head of an innovative group of nurseries he founded in the southeast of England in 2005, and grew to 10 nurseries. As you can […]
What’s so special about California wines? This is a question Tanager Talks put recently to John McLaren, the UK Director of the Wine Institute of California. His response takes us on a fascinating journey through California’s contribution to the global wine industry as well as an explanation of how the wine market organizes itself here […]
For this edition of Tanager Talks, Mike Carlson, writer, critic and commentator well known for his coverage of American sports in the UK, takes us on a sweeping tour of international sports and sports broadcasting. If you have ever wondered why the NFL is growing its audience here while baseball languishes – despite a […]
Many of us living in the UK know Earthwatch and its research expeditions to exotic places like the Amazon and the Galapagos. But did you know you can go on a research expedition to study climate change on the outskirts of Oxford? To find out about this program, Tanager Talks met with Dr. Martha Crockatt, […]
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