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Old Oct 2nd 2017, 5:06 pm   #1
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Hi Everyone!

As you may or may not know, we have a Facebook and Twitter!

For a long time, BEVS was heading up the Facebook. As new management comes in, strategies change, so I will now be doing both FB and Twitter (which was automated for a while). Now we love BEVS' work and it will be my blueprint going forward.

I'd also like to hear what you guys want to see posts about! If you have topics or threads from the site you want me to post, just comment below. If you have anything you'd like shared, be it a charity or just good news, that's more than welcome too! Most of all, I just want to hear your input.


https://www.facebook.com/BritishExpatscom-394879368823/
https://twitter.com/BritishExpat
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I am new to message boards forums or what ever they are called and I definitely do not have ability knowledge or desire to enter Face book

I think it would help Brits emigrating to have a ready reckoner of money saving tips eg

Bargain Bargain Bargain with the very professional car sales men
When getting mortgage remember to buy discount points as they reduce the interest on mortgage
Get the homestead rate on property tax
Let them know the difference with buying a home here compared to UK I am only learning to be a Realtor so have no license but there is a world of difference in the processes
Tipping in restaurants is expected indeed even Panera Bread request tips for serving from the counter

I hope these ideas help
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