By Nathan M. Walters, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Relocating to Brazil, and Rio in particular, prompts many questions for expatriates. One question more foreigners living, or intending to live, in Brazil should be asking is, “How am I planning my future?”
Howard Borsden, founder of Looking for Dylan, an Anglo-Brazilian financial planning group, notes, “People's situations are always changing and their financial planning needs to change in response. Once a person goes international the dynamics of financial planning undergoes an augmented complexity with each additional dimension, such as marriage, children, etc.”
The term “financial planning” is . . .