Category: Pensions

Article 50 triggered – what does it mean for expats?

By Ali Steed, editor-in-chief And we’re off! Yes, the countdown has begun on what are going to be the

Labour backs move to end frozen pensions for expats

Britain’s Labour Party is formally backing the campaign to unfreeze the pensions of around half a million British expats overseas,

Budget 25% transfer charge could hit QROPS and expats hard

The UK Chancellor Philip Hammond made a significant change to the rules surrounding Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Schemes (QROPS)

Retirement planning for expats

Expats are in a special position when it comes to planning for their retirement, as they have a greater

Currency transfers – how to make your pension go further

  Expats who move abroad and intend to retire overseas have to consider what they want to do with

Regular savings vs lump sum investments – can you time the markets?

It can be tempting to think you know best when it comes to the way the stockmarkets work, especially

Free money – are you missing out on some of the £400m in lost pensions?

If you have had a number of employers over the years, the chances are you have been paying into

What is a self invested personal pension (Sipp)?

A Sipp is a type of UK pension scheme that offers you greater flexibility than most other schemes in

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