Resources for those on H-1B, O-1, TN, E-3, and L-1 Work Visas

FIRE planning on work visa

How To Deal With The Challenges Of FIRE Planning On Work Visa

How does the strategy of Early Retirement planning (FIRE) look different for tech workers in the US. on work visas, specifically for those from India, China, Canada, the UK, Russia, Brazil, and other countries looking to retire in the next 10 years around the age of 40.

This post has the specific details.

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starting a job on H1-B Visa

H-1B Visa New Job? How to Succeed Financially

When you start a new job on a work visa, like H-1B, there are some key things you should do to ensure financial success. In this post, I’m providing a free resource (eBook) that addresses the top things to do to ensure a great financial start in your new job.

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Investing on a work visa

If On A Work Visa, Should I Invest In 401k And Other Special Accounts?

One of the questions I get all the time is how to invest in the US stock market using special accounts like Roth IRAs, HSAs, 401ks, 529, etc. on an H-1B or other work visa (L-1, O-1, H1B1, TN, and E3)

This is keeping in mind that work visas are by nature temporary non-immigrant visas and technically the holder is expected to depart the US after the work assignment.

The post is a summary of a more in-depth technical, nerdy paper written for advisors on the Nerds Eye View Blog by Michael Kitces.

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Work Visa? How To Prepare For A Possible Layoff

Good financial planning will ensure you are well-prepared for when bad things happen.

If you are on a work visa, and you get laid off – you have 60 days to find another job or leave the country. In this post, I provide a list of things you can do ahead of time to avoid having to scramble last minute if laid off.

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Can an H-1B Visa holder buy I Bonds

Can I Buy I Bonds On An H-1B Visa?

Almost everybody is looking to invest in I bonds. But can a holder of an H-1B, L-1, O-1 or other work visas invest in them?
What are they?
How do they work?
How do you buy them?
What are the tax consequences of owning them?

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