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Private Schooling In The UAE Can Cost Expats £500,000

Educating a child in the United Arab Emirates from preschool to university can cost expat parents at least £255,000. Insurance firm Zurich- Middle East has...

Investors will Pay For Advice – If The Price Is Right

Investors are willing to pay for advice – providing the price is right, according to new research. If investors are paying a percentage fee, the...

Company Pension Shortfall Shrinks But Still Highest For 3 Years

Retirement savers have seen Britain's company pension black hole shrink by £1 billion a day over recent weeks. Last month saw £40 billion wiped off...

Britain’s Links With Offshore Tax Havens Revealed

Britain is the world's second largest conduit for multinational companies avoiding tax on profits, according to new research. Although the British government has taken a...

Prime House Prices Cool As Governments Step In

Cooling measures are taking the heat out of expat property investment in cities across the globe. Governments have introduced extra taxes to stop foreigners buying...

£1m Pension Scammer Jailed For Six Years

A pension scammer who lured clients into handing over their retirement savings with promises of huge returns has been jailed for six years. Darren Say,...

Mortgage Borrowers Turn To Pensions To Clear The Debt

Around a third of homeowners over 50 years old approaching retirement expect to have to dig into their pension savings to pay off their...

Council Exposes Landlords Avoiding £115m Unpaid Tax

Expat property investors may be in for a tax shock when they visit the UK if they have failed to pay what they owe...

More Young Professionals On The Move Overseas

More young professionals and creatives are moving abroad than ever before, according to overseas relocation experts. Inquiries to move between countries from the 18 to...

QROPS List – August 15, 2017

Sweden has rejoined the list of financial centres offering QROPS pensions for expats after losing the status in April. The Nordea Pension Plan has relisted...

How Expat Couples Can Save Tax On Savings And Investments

Expats who still pay UK tax can take advantage of some perfectly legal financial tricks to reduce the amount they have to hand over...

Why You Need A Private Pension And Property To Fund Retirement

Growing pension incomes should be a warning to put more money aside for retirement not a reason for giving up saving believing what you...

How Lifetime Cashflow Analysis Works

Most people fail to apply the same organisation to their finances as they do to running their lives and homes. The result is a haphazard...

Value Of Share Supermarkets For Investors Under The Microscope

Financial watchdogs are to look at if supermarket shopping for pensions and investments is good for the wealth of consumers. The Financial Conduct Authority is...

State Pension Age Set To Rise For Millions

Millions of people born in the 1970s will have to wait longer for their state pension as the government has raised the age limit...

Final Salary Pension Transfer Dilemma For IFAs

Financial watchdogs are cracking down on recommendations financial advisers are offering retirement savers who want to transfer out of direct benefit pensions. The Financial Conduct...

Tax Avoidance Crackdown Raises £30 Billion

The UK tax man has raised almost an extra £30 billion in the past year from cracking down on avoidance. The boost came in a...

Britain Faces Tough Spending Choices As Population Ages

As the British population carries on growing older in larger numbers, the government will have to make some tough social and healthcare spending decisions,...

Millions Of Landlords Face Property Pension Hardship

Landlord campaigners are warning that tax changes could trigger a massive property pension problem for almost 2 million buy to let investors, many of...

SIPP And SSAS Pension Complaints On The Rise

Complaints made to the financial ombudsman about pensions soared last year – but fell well short of moans about personal loans and banking. Personal pension...