Hui-chin Chen, CFP® Pavlov Financial Planning

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About Hui-chin Chen, CFP®

Hi, My name is Hui-chin Chen, a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional and globetrotter. I specialize in helping people make smart financial decisions for international moves and global living.

Having lived in six countries in the past 10 years, in positions as diverse as foreign company employee, non-profit worker, dependent expat spouse, and location independent business owner, I have accumulated firsthand experience and created solutions to manage the multi-facet financial picture you are facing.

With my help, you will be able to pursue the life you envision while successfully:

• Manage fluctuating cash flow between multiple currencies
• Remain tax compliant in the US
• Keep your investments efficient and flexible
• Cover your unique risks
• Coordinate your income, expenses, benefits, and taxes from various countries

How do I do it? As your financial GPS, I will:

• Show you the big picture
• Calculate the potential routes
• Explain the options
• Give you step-by-step instructions
• Keep you on track
• Push you to move forward

Here are some specific types of people that will benefit from working with me:

• Americans working abroad
• Green card or work visa holders in the US
• Couples with different nationalities
• US government employees posted overseas
• International Educators
• Executives for international organizations or multinational corporations
• Location independent entrepreneurs
• People who prefer mandarin as working language
• … YOU? What is your story?

Most of all, I believe that financial planning is about having a trusted partner to discuss your options and guide you through the uncertainties every step of the way. Through this continuous process, you will become more confident and at ease in making important financial decisions.

I look forward to being that trusted partner for you!

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Three questions to ask regarding your cross-border finance

April 29, 2019

If you have moved internationally in the near past, you may have noticed that it is difficult getting straight forward answers about what to do with your cross-border finances. You may have gone to financial advisers in your resident country. As soon as they hear you are moving, they don’t want anything to do with […]

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Accumulating wealth in the US as a visa holder

March 27, 2019

15 years ago, when I came to the US to study, most of the international students I knew wanted to stay in the US and get their green card. As my life brought me to other countries, I came to meet more people for whom the US is only one stop in their global journey. […]

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A Tale of Money Transfer from the US to China

February 23, 2019

You may have read my International Transactions 101 series on this blog. While I detailed how money transfers and exchanges actually happen in the back end of each service, I have not actually tried every single method personally. A while ago I’d had the opportunity to complete an international transfer. At my friend’s urging, I’m […]

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Ideal Clients

  • Expatriates
  • Gen Y/Millennials
  • Remote Professionals

Ways Advisor Charges

  • Annual Fee
  • Flat Fee

Fee Options

  • Annual Fee: $2,000 initial planning fee + $250 / month
  • Flat Fee: $3,000 / engagement

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States Registered

  • District of Columbia
  • Virginia

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