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Financial planning in France in the face of Brexit

How can UK expatriates in France secure residence benefits and avoid higher taxes on assets, investments and pensions in the run up to Brexit?

'Bank' sign outside a financial institution with low interest rates

Time to take interest in your investment options

With today’s low bank interest rates and economic uncertainty, it pays to look beyond cash deposits and review how you hold savings and investments.

When is your tax freedom day?

How much of a year’s work is spent paying taxes? This varies across Europe but good tax planning can reduce your tax burden, wherever you live.

What to look out for to protect your pensions

See how to spot the signs of pension scams and protect your retirement savings without missing out on suitable opportunities.

Is your financial planning in shape for today?

Brexit uncertainty, low interest rates and tax transparency makes it harder to protect and grow your wealth, but regular financial reviews can help.

Thinking about buying a Portuguese property? Six things you should know to save tax

What should you consider before buying a Portuguese property to limit exposure to capital gains, wealth and inheritance taxes?

Moving to France tax efficiently

If moving to France, get to know how French income tax, wealth tax and inheritance tax works and the opportunities available for your family.

Does your estate planning in Spain provide control and certainty?

Expatriates in Spain can take steps to ensure the right money passes to the right hands at the right time in the most tax-efficient way.

The advantages of Portugal’s non-habitual resident tax regime

Britons moving to Portugal could receive foreign income like UK pensions completely tax-free for ten years under a special scheme.

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