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Do you live in France and still have assets in the UK?

If you're living in France, can you expect the tax burden to increase for UK property, investments and pensions once full Brexit takes place in 2021?

Five tips to get your finances Brexit-ready

Reviewing your currency, investment, tax planning and pension options now can help you secure financial security for 2021 and beyond.

No extension to Brexit transition period

The Brexit transition period will not be extended beyond 31 December 2020. What do expatriates need to do to secure their position?

Will UK assets invite a bigger tax bill after Brexit?

Once Brexit takes full effect in 2021, can we expect the tax burden for expatriates to increase for UK property, investments and pensions?

Using this time to look after your financial wellbeing

With full Brexit still due in 2021, UK expatriates can benefit from using time in lockdown to review their residence, tax, pensions and estate planning.

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.

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?

Securing residency in Spain in time for Brexit

To lock in residence and healthcare benefits in Spain, UK expatriates need to secure Spanish residence in 2020 or face tougher rules post-Brexit.

Brexit begins: What UK expatriates need to know about the Withdrawal Agreement

What does the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement say about residency, healthcare and pension rights? Do UK expatriates have any certainty for 2021?

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