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Investing in UK property: Three common myths busted

Is bricks and mortar really a safe, reliable investment? We explore how investing in UK property fares as an option for British expatriates.

Three changes to UK domicile rules that could cost you money

Rule changes backdated to April 2017 make UK domicile even stickier and could bring expatriates into range for UK taxes more quickly.

Spain-UK double tax treaty

British expatriates need to understand how the Spain-UK double tax treaty affects them. It’s important to know where your taxes are due.

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?

What happens if you sell your French home after leaving France?

The Constitutional Court ruled that the main home capital gains tax and social charges exemption is only available to French residents.

French wealth tax reform and investment property

From 2018 French wealth tax only applies to property. Shares, bonds and assurance-vie polices are no longer liable to this tax.

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.

Delaying registering for healthcare in France could save tax on your pension

French tax on pension lump sums can be very low in certain circumstances. If you can avoid social charges it will be even lower.

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?

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