About The Frugal Expat: Hi! My name is Steve, and I am an American Expat. The tagline I use on my site is " Sharing Knowledge to Help others Achieve Financial Freedom." I believe as I learn more I want to share more. As a teacher, I want to be able to help people out. The Frugal Expat is a personal finance blog geared to helping people save more, invest more, and reach financial independence.
Year Started: 2020
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