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It’s time in the market – not timing the market – that reaps rewards

When investing, a long-term, diversified strategy usually brings better overall returns than chasing short-term gains.

Living in France? Make sure your money lasts as long as you do

If you’re living in France or plan to retire there, how can you ensure your pensions, savings and investments last your lifetime?

What UK homeowners in Portugal need to know about capital gains tax

If you sell a UK property while living in Portugal, you could face capital gains tax in both countries, so make sure you understand the rules.

French social charges in 2019

Social charges apply to most income in France but recent rule changes may benefit expatriate retirees in France and non-residents with French assets.

Is time running out for tax-free pension transfers?

If you have chosen to retire in Europe, review your QROPS and pension transfer options now before Brexit potentially changes the rules.

Owning Spanish property through a company – times have changed

If you’re thinking of using a company to own Spanish property, understand the consequences as the tax rules have changed in recent years.

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.

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