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Is this the beginning of the end for low interest rates?

The UK interest rate has risen for the first time in ten years and some estimate it may hit 1% by 2020. What does this mean for your money?

Are your investments suitable for you?

A tailor-made strategic approach built around your aims, time horizon and risk appetite is key for the success of your investment portfolio.

Right place, wrong taxes (France)

UK nationals living in France need to make sure they are paying the right taxes in the right country – getting it wrong could prove costly.

QROPS: The pros and cons of transferring your UK pension

Transferring UK pensions to a QROPS can offer expats flexibility, tax, estate planning and currency benefits, but is it always a good idea?

Brexit talks offer more certainty on citizens’ rights

What has been agreed in the latest round of Brexit negotiations on freedom of movement, healthcare, pensions and other expatriate rights?

Should you cash-in a ‘gold-plated’ pension? Six questions to help you decide

With such high transfer values for UK final salary pensions today, should you swap a guaranteed income for life for a one-off payment?

Get to know today’s pension landscape

We outline six pension issues affecting British expats, from State Pension payments to tax-efficient transfer options for private pensions.

Assurance-vie in France. Is it worth setting one up if you are over 70?

Assurance-vie policies offer tax and estate planning advantages. While some are lost after age 70 there are still benefits for you and your heirs.

‘Brussels IV’ and Portugal: How to ensure your legacy goes to the right place

‘Brussels IV’ lets expats override Portugal’s succession law to ensure their estate goes to chosen heirs – but beware the tax consequences.

First tax information exchange starting

Global tax transparency through the new ‘automatic exchange of information’ means expats need to take extra care with their tax planning.

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