Contributed Articles Tagged 'pensions'

Things to Consider When Leaving the UK to Live Abroad

Things to Consider When Leaving the UK to Live Abroad

Contributed by Expatriate Healthcare, 29 January, 2019

There are hundreds, possibly thousands, of reasons why you might be taking the jump and moving away from the UK. Anybody that has ever made the choice to become an expatriate and set up home in a second country will know that it can be an exciting yet terrifying time... Read Full Article »

Tags: Healthcare | Immigration | Pensions | Tax | Tax Treaties | Expats | Health Insurance | Healthcare | Immigration | Pensions | Visas and Passports | Treaties | Insurance

 

5 Things To Consider and Prepare Before Moving to Malta

5 Things To Consider and Prepare Before Moving to Malta

Contributed by Welcome Center Malta, 25 September, 2018

Moving abroad can be a very rewarding experience, however, it can also be a very challenging one. This is especially for unexperienced expats that are moving away from their home, for the first time... Read Full Article »

Tags: Investment | Pensions | Relocation | Retirement | Tax | Work | Retire | Invest | budget | Employment | Investment | Pensions | Personal Tax | Citizenship | investment | Malta

 

Expat Guide to Healthcare in France for Retirees

Expat Guide to Healthcare in France for Retirees

Contributed by Expatriate Healthcare, 26 April, 2018

With 58% of expats in France being 55 or over, it is important that any foreign nationals in this age bracket understands the French healthcare system... Read Full Article »

Tags: Healthcare | Europe | Retire | Expats | Health Insurance | Healthcare | Insurance | pensions | France | public health | insurance | fees | social security

 

Living in Spain

Living in Spain

Contributed by Blevins Franks, 26 April, 2018

If you're a UK national living in or thinking about moving to Spain, it's important to review your financial planning. This should look at tax efficiency and how your estate planning, investment strategies and pensions can... Read Full Article »

Tags: Investment | Tax | Invest | Investment | expatriates | pensions | investment | Spain | regulation | penalties | law | tax | inheritance tax | tax planning | tax rates

 

South African Expats can now access funds stuck in Retirement Annuities

South African Expats can now access funds stuck in Retirement Annuities

Contributed by Mark Ackermann, 29 March, 2018

It is expensive for an immigrant to establish a new home in a developed country. Most South African expats want to be financially emancipated from South Africa by getting their remaining investments out of the country because... Read Full Article »

Tags: Retirement | Tax | Retire | Other | Africa | Expats | retirement | pensions | investment | South Africa | regulation | legislation | tax authority | insurance | fees | tax

 

Expat Guide to Healthcare in Spain for Retirees

Expat Guide to Healthcare in Spain for Retirees

Contributed by Expatriate Healthcare, 23 March, 2018

Spain's southern coastline is an expat haven. From the Costa Del Sol to Costa Blanca, you can rest assured that if you're retiring to Spain from any country in the world, you will find a fellow country man or woman in sunny Spain... Read Full Article »

Tags: Healthcare | Europe | Expats | Health Insurance | Healthcare | Insurance | pensions | Spain | services | public health | insurance | fees

 

Overseas pensions - all you need to know

Overseas pensions - all you need to know

Contributed by WorldFirst, 15 February, 2018

Moving abroad can be a daunting task regardless of age, travel experience or time spent working between countries. One of the most commonly queried aspects when moving abroad is 'what happens with my pension when... Read Full Article »

Tags: agreements | Pensions | Europe | Work | Other | Pensions | pensions | Switzerland | legislation | tax

 

Pension reforms & UK buy-to-let - What expats need to know

Pension reforms & UK buy-to-let - What expats need to know

Contributed by Select Property Group, 17 June, 2015

As the British pensions system sees historical reform, what alternative pension plans are available to make your savings go further in your retirement?

If you have a pension back in the UK, things got very interesting earlier this year.

That’s because Chancellor George Osborne has overseen one of the biggest reforms to the pensions system in history, and you could now have the opportunity to access more of your savings than ever before. Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | retirement | pensions | investment | tax

 

What you need to know about moving to Australia

What you need to know about moving to Australia

Contributed by PSS International Removals, 17 June, 2015

Have you ever considered a move ‘down under’ or as some like to call it, ‘the land of wonder’? More than 85% of Australians live within fifty kilometers of the coast and should anyone ever decide to visit one new beach in the country every day, it would take them over twenty seven years to see them all – with facts like that it’s not hard to understand why expats are flocking to Australia. Read Full Article »

Tags: Work | currency | Travel | Wealth | pensions | Switzerland | Australia | services | banking | education | tax

 

QROPS Professionals Concerned with Budget 2014's Assault on Expat Finances

QROPS Professionals Concerned with Budget 2014's Assault on Expat Finances

Contributed by Jamie Waddell, 31 March, 2014

Whilst the pension reforms announced in last week's Budget were certainly headline-grabbing and heralded as a boon for UK pensioners, QROPS industry experts have announced fears that new legislation may prove detrimental to QROPS providers and expat savers alike. Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | budget | pensions | investment | Canada | New Zealand | Australia | legislation | public sector | tax

 

 




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