Articles And Special Features Tagged 'pensions'

Heading For The Brexit? Yet Another Worry For British Expats

Heading For The Brexit? Yet Another Worry For British Expats

Expat Briefing Editorial Team, 09 July, 2013

Many British expatriates living in the European Union have financial worries enough on their plates at present, what with the weak pound having eroded the value of salaries and pensions, economic instability depressing property values and cash-strapped eurozone governments dreaming up new ways to tax them. Talk of the United Kingdom exiting the EU within the next few years is probably the last thing they want to hear. Read Full Article »

Tags: agreements | interest | Pensions | budget | Pensions | expatriates | employees | retirement | pensions | France | Germany | Spain | Switzerland | Ireland | United Kingdom | legislation | law | offshore | services | environment | tax | social security |

 

Living and Working Abroad?

Living and Working Abroad?

by Investors Offshore editorial staff, February 2013, 15 February, 2013

Whether you are still in the planning stages of expatriation, or have already made the move overseas, it is worth considering the benefits that offshore banking and investment could hold for you in what is, after all, a financially advantageous position. Continuing globalisation, and the increased use of electronic banking have meant that for you as an expatriate, a multitude of opportunities have opened up which would not have been available a few years ago - now the world is quite literally your oyster! Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | dividends | currency | Offshore | retirement | pensions | investment | Jersey | penalties | legislation | law | offshore banking | asset protection | offshore | services | banking | fees | tax | inheritance tax | trade |

 

BEING AN EXPAT IN 2013 - A Financial Primer

BEING AN EXPAT IN 2013 - A Financial Primer

Investors Offshore Editorial Team, January, 2013, 18 January, 2013

To believe the surveys, half the world is either already an expat, or planning to become one. Tens of millions of people work abroad, or have retired there, or have property in a foreign country. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | Offshore | expatriates | retirement | pensions | investment | Canada | Hong Kong | Malaysia | Netherlands | Australia | Singapore | Thailand | trusts | legislation | offshore | services | banking | tax | withholding tax |

 

Pensions - QROPS, QNUPS, SIPPs and SSAS

Pensions - QROPS, QNUPS, SIPPs and SSAS

by the Investors Offshore editorial team, November, 2012 , 23 November, 2012

Pity the poor pensioners, in their 50s or 60s, approaching retirement. Annuity rates are falling so fast that anything but a really large pension pot will hardly deliver enough income to pay for the family car, never mind that cruise they had set their hearts on. And in many countries the tax authority will not allow you to cash in your pension pot on the grounds that it is tax-privileged money, plus a dose of nannying - if you take the money and spend it, goes the reasoning, you will fall back onto state support. Read Full Article »

Tags: business | interest | individuals | expatriates | retirement | pensions | investment | New Zealand | Gibraltar | Isle of Man | Australia | Guernsey | Jersey | regulation | legislation | law | services | public sector | fees | tax | inheritance tax |

 

International Retirement Planning

International Retirement Planning

by Investors Offshore Editorial, June 2012 , 08 June, 2012

Survey after survey shows that ever-increasing numbers of people have active plans to leave their home countries either to work or to retire abroad. One carried out by Currency UK shortly before the May, 2010 election found that an astonishing 75% of people had considered or were considering a move abroad, and in 2012, the fifth NatWest International Personal Banking Quality of Life Index revealed that five million British expats are now living and working abroad. Year on year, therefore, the total global population of expatriates goes up by leaps and bounds, and one of their major preoccupations is of course the question of retirement provision. HSBC's Expat Explorer 2011 survey found that, despite an often uncertain economic outlook in their adopted countries, expats are still tending to feel the economic benefits of their move abroad, with 63% reporting that they have more disposable income. Read Full Article »

Tags: Tax | Europe | retirement | pensions | European Union (EU) | offshore pensions | offshore | tax | property tax | tax planning | individual income tax |

 

 




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