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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.

Four key benefits of effective tax planning

As well as a lower tax bill for you and your heirs, tax planning can help provide estate planning advantages and boost investment returns.

Preparing your finances for the unexpected

How can you prepare your investments, tax and estate planning for today's volatile times and best protect against life's unknowns?

France tax return time – are you correctly declaring your worldwide income?

Despite current circumstances, French residents still need to submit their annual tax returns for worldwide income in June.

Understanding ‘lawful’ and ‘tax’ residence in France

With the Brexit clock still ticking, it’s crucial for UK nationals living in France to know the difference between ‘lawful’ and ‘tax’ residence.

Preparing your finances for the unexpected when living in France

How can expatriates in France prepare investments, tax planning and estate planning for volatile times and protect against life’s unknowns?

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.

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?

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.

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