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.
As an expat, there are a number of options open to you when it comes to accessing your pension. It pays to know what you can and cannot do.
If you leave the EC pension scheme within 10 years, you must transfer your fund to an alternative scheme in order to secure your benefits.
This detailed QROPS guide is designed to provide UK expats with an impartial overview of QROPS and overseas pension transfers.
You may be keen to start learning new skills and exploring the world. Alternatively, as an expat, you may have had enough exploring the world and may be keen to settle in one place. You may have lost your job or may need to stop working due to health reasons. Or you may need to …
550,000 British Pensioners are currently adversely impacted by the government’s frozen state pension policy. However, the criteria regarding the specific countries in which it applies are somewhat arbitrary.
Have you been offered a Pension Increase Exchange?
They are becoming increasingly common as companies struggle to reduce their liabilities to past employees.
However, accepting a PIE offer may not be in your interests.
Marie Kondo preaches tidiness and simplicity. The same applies to investing. Too much clutter leads to inertia, lack of action and, all-to-often, mistakes.