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The UK general elections and Brexit

Brexit negotiations should start as planned in spite of the UK general election result. Expatriates’ rights are expected to be protected and tackled early.

Current pension and healthcare rights may survive Brexit

The UK has begun Brexit negotiations by pledging to protect existing pension and healthcare rights for British expatriates living in Europe.

What Brexit answers do we have post-election and one year on from the referendum?

After the UK election and one year on from the vote to leave, do we know how Brexit may affect taxation, currencies and pensions for expatriates?

Is time running out for today’s pension opportunities?

Now’s the time to review your current options for UK pensions and consider benefiting from tax-free QROPS transfers – before Brexit changes the rules.

From Brexit to Budget: Time to Spring into action?

What are the financial implications for British expatriates following the UK Spring Budget and Theresa May's triggering of Article 50?

Brexit and beyond (France)

We hope Brexit doesn’t prevent anyone from fulfilling their dream of living in France. There are steps you can take to protect your finances from the uncertainty surrounding the UK’s exit from the EU.

Brexit and expatriates in Portugal: What we know and don't know

It could be some time before we get clarity on how the UK will leave the EU and how their future relationship will evolve. In the meantime we look at how Brexit could affect your tax and estate planning in Portugal, as well as your investments and pensions.