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Lifetime Allowance

Pension Lifetime Allowance

Are you living abroad as an expat but have a pension that has reached the lifetime allowance? Do you have options available for further growth on your pension? Have you secured a Lifetime Allowance? What You Need to Know The Lifetime Allowance is the maximum pensions savings you can build up without a tax charge […]

NT (Nil Tax) code

How to apply for your NT (Nil Tax) code?

 Applying for an NT (Nil Tax) code? If you’re a British national living outside of the Uk, looking to drawdown an income or currently drawing down an income from a UK pension scheme, then applying for an NT (Nil Tax) code will be of great importance. An NT code means you won’t pay tax on the […]

expat tax in spain

Expat Tax in Spain

With Spain being one of the top destinations for expats, have you considered the tax implications that are required and, how sufficient wealth advice can help? Under the current rules, you are liable for tax in Spain on worldwide assets if you are here for 183 days or more. This still applies even if you […]

retire in Norway

Retire in Norway- The Expat Guide.

You’re coming up to retirement, or perhaps you’ve already been enjoying it for some years, but what now? What do you do when suddenly your life becomes free time? When you can start living the work free life you’ve dreamed off? You retire in Norway! The InterNations Expat Insider report of 2016 saw Norway excelling […]

British expats in Thailand

British Expats in Thailand – The Expat Guide.

Expats in Thailand You’ve spent your working life building and growing your pension pot. All those hours worked to support your family and your future should not be threatened by the insecurity of the British economy in these changing times. But what can you do? It’s time to fulfil your dreams of retiring abroad… and […]

Friends provident international reserve bond

Friends Provident International Reserve Bond

Do you hold a Friends Provident International Reserve Bond? The FPI reserve Bond rightfully has one of the worst reputations around. Incredibly expensive, it was sold for years by financial advisers who were being paid out huge commissions in the process. As a result, the cost of the charges far outweigh the supposed tax benefits. Especially […]

retire early

Retire early – The Expat Guide

Retire Early… Most people spend 40 years of their lives working towards it, but how many people genuinely spend 40 years planning for it? (On average) The 40 year working life of an adult provides for the purchase of a house, the education of children, and the luxuries that you can bestow on your nearest and dearest […]

Transfer my Dutch pension

Transfer my Dutch pension

The Netherlands is frequently recognised as having one of the world’s top ranking pension systems by the Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index. This high ranking is thanks to the diversity of the Dutch pension system’s funding sources, its accuracy in measuring costs and contributions to ensure fair distribution, and its strong regulation by the Dutch […]

Retirement Financial Advice

Retirement Financial Advice?

Retirement Financial Advice First of all when people hear the words “retirement financial advice” they immediately think of pensions, wealth management and personal finance advisers. As well as whether or not they have enough money to enjoy life once retired. Money is an important factor upon retiring, however, it is not the only aspect to […]

Financial Advisor in Luxembourg

Expat Financial Advisor Luxembourg

Financial Advisor in Luxembourg Just as there are many reasons why expats choose to live and work in Luxembourg, there are many reasons for seeking financial advice. It is also important to understand the various forms of financial advice and what each financial advisor can offer. Understanding Financial Advice The most comprehensive advice, taking into […]