Friday money tip #10 – 14th May 2021
The formal definition of domicile is “the country that a person treats as their permanent home, or lives in and has a substantial connection with.” However, domicile and residence are not the same. It is entirely possible to have lived in the same country for many years, even decades, and consider it your “home”, but …
If you or your employer have contributed to a UK pension while you have been working overseas, then you may be eligible for an enhancement which could cut the amount of tax that you have to pay when you start drawing your pension. It is known as the “non-residence enhancement factor” and it reduces the …
How does inheritance tax work? A guide to the basics of IHT for UK expats.
Quilter announced that it has agreed to sell its international division to Utmost Group. Find out what that means for your investments here.
Inheritance Tax is a ‘voluntary’ tax; there are many ways for expats to mitigate it. One of my favourites is to take out a life insurance policy written in trust.
Too many expats simply write off their State Pension entitlement. That is a mistake. This guide will help make sure that you take full advantage of the UK State Pension.
The political news has never been more polarised, exacerbated by 24 hour media. But, should you politics influence your own financial plans?
Businesses fail. Jobs don’t work out the way you hoped. Investments go awry. Life gets in the way of even the best financial plans, even for Robert de Niro.
How to find a lost pension? A common question for expats who move from country to country. Luckily, the solutions are usually fairly straightforward.