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How might the global lockdown affect UK tax residency?

Expatriates in the UK through coronavirus lockdown may trigger UK tax residence, but HMRC’s ‘exceptional circumstances’ can prevent a UK tax bill.

Legitimately reducing your Spanish tax bill

While taxes in Spain can seem high, the way you hold assets and take income can make a significant difference to the tax bill for Spanish residents.

Market volatility and coronavirus

Coronavirus is having a significant impact on global markets, but reacting too soon when markets fall can be risky.

Coronavirus Update - A message from our Chief Executive

Coronavirus update: Blevins Franks remains fully operational

A message from our Chief Executive on how Blevins Franks remains operational and continues to service our clients' requirements.

UK Budget 2020: How will the new tax year affect expatriates?

How might changes from April affect expatriates and non-UK residents regarding personal tax, savings, pensions, inheritance tax & UK property?

Portuguese boat scene; Tax benefits of NHR (non-habitual residence)

Portugal’s non-habitual resident regime still offers tax appeal

Despite recent reform, Britons moving to Portugal can still enjoy ten years of tax benefits under the special NHR scheme.

Coins and a sapling; managing savings & investments for France

Managing your investments when living in France

Expatriates in France will benefit from checking their savings and investments, risk profile, diversification and tax planning are still suitable.

France Alps; plan ahead for Brexit

Time to plan ahead for Brexit in France

UK expatriates in France should review their pension, investing and tax options and understand the post-Brexit French exit tax implications.

What can UK expatriates expect from Brexit?

The transition period offers some certainty for 2020 but what do you need to consider regarding residence, taxation, pensions & currency?

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