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Expats Drive Into Trouble Because They Can’t Read Road Signs

Brits abroad are a danger on foreign roads because they do not understand the traffic signs. New research claims that although nearly two thirds of...

QROPS List – May 15, 2018

More than 100 new Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Schemes have joined the official listings this year, according to the latest data. HM Revenue & Customs...

Tax Penalties For Saving Too Much In A Pension Triple In...

The amount of tax paid by retirement savers putting too much money into their pensions has tripled after a succession of cuts to the...

Buy To Let Still Commands Huge Profits, Says Lender

Buy to let landlords pocket an average return of £6,500 a year from a typical £246,000 investment property, according to new research. Despite suffering a...

Countries That Have Signed Up To FATCA

Agree or disagree with the Foreign Account Taxation Compliance Act (FATCA), the tax network between America and more than 100 other countries is going...

British Expats May Lose Pensions After Brexit

Thousands of British expats could face a financial struggle unless negotiators on both sides of the Channel do a deal to let their pension...

Expats Flock To Sign 30% Tax Ruling Petition Protest

Thousands of angry expats have signed up to a petition protest at the Dutch government’s decision to change the generous terms of a 30%...

Self-Employed Worry About Lack Of Pension Saving

Self-employed expats need to look at the state of their pensions as a new report warns that many do not save enough for retirement. The...

Cost Of Business Travel Soars For Expats

Expats parachuting into cities for short assignments must fork out hundreds of dollars a day just for somewhere to eat and sleep. A look at...

Expats Going Dutch Will Lose Generous Tax Break

Expats in The Netherlands will lose a valuable tax break from the start of 2019. The Dutch government has allowed expats to take 30% of...

What Sort Of Home Can You Buy For $1m?

A million dollars may sound a lot, but you don’t get that much bang for your buck when buying a luxury home. If you have...

State Pension Pays Women £30,000 Less Than Men

Men pick up nearly £30,000 extra from the state pension than women, according to new research. Across a typical 20-years in retirement, women are paid...

UK Property Taxes For Expat Investors

Hundreds of British expats like to keep a toehold in their home country by investing in buy to let property. British property offers a stable...

Tax Year Change Heralds New IHT Wealth Limits For Families

Inheritance tax changes heralded in by the changing tax year mean you can pass on at least an extra £25,000 of your wealth tax-free...

Only A Third Of Over 55s Planning For IHT

Only one in three over 55s approaching retirement who take advice from an IFA have considered inheritance planning, according to research. The findings suggest not...

Accidental Americans Financially Frustrated By FATCA

Strict tax rules governing US taxpayers who live abroad are highlighting the plight of Accidental Americans in some countries. Accidental Americans are people who have...

Third Of Expat Women Earn Less Overseas Than At Home

A third of women expats are making less money abroad than they would earn if they did the same job at home. The study asked...
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Repeal FATCA Appeal Rejected By US Supreme Court

A legal challenge claiming a US tax law aimed at uncovering hidden offshore earnings and investments violated constitutional rights has been thrown out again...

Scrap Transition Tax, Demand US Expat Campaigners

US expats are piling the pressure on in Washington to persuade politicians to vote to reject a tax on backing small businesses abroad. In a...

Expat Pensions – SIPPs And Lifetime ISAs

If you want the expat experience of living and working abroad but want to go home to Britain after your stint, you should consider...