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Boris Johnson’s gamble: Millions of expats’ futures in the EU and UK hang in the balance

Boris Johnson has been slammed as a “misguided high-stakes gambler” for risking the futures of the millions of Britons living in the EU and...

Snap election amid political chaos in the UK: Here’s how to protect your assets

Another defeat for Boris Johnson. No-one is able to predict the intensifying political turmoil engulfing Brexit-weary Britain, meaning the only way to secure your...

Pound nosedives, UK recession looming – now is the time to protect UK-based assets

As the pound nosedives and the UK faces a looming recession, those with UK financial assets - including UK pensions, bonds and sizeable holdings...

Women bearing the brunt of economic problems in the UK, new research finds

Female workers are significantly more likely to experience financial precariousness, are struggling to save enough for retirement, and fear the impact of Brexit on...

Expat employee well-being most affected by wage levels

Global health care provider Aetna International recently surveyed 2,000 expat employees across the globe, to find out which aspects of international relocation affect their health and well-being the...

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Difference Between Residence and Domicile

For British expats, their residence and domicile determine how much tax they are likely to pay, both in the country where they...

QROPS, Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme

QROPS is a type of pensions that were designed to cater for the needs of British pension holders that move out of...

Where Do British Expats Live?

More than 5.5 million people from Britain live overseas and leave the country at a rate of around 2,000 a week.

Living In The Philippines, A Guide for Expats

Brilliant weather, a low cost of living and friendly, English speaking people makes The Philippines a popular destination for British expats.

The pound and UK assets could fall further on PM candidates’ lack of Brexit clarity

The debate between the five men vying to be the UK's next Prime Minister underscores that the pound and UK assets can be expected...

Trump’s tea with the Queen? His multi-front trade wars are more controversial

Trump’s controversial state visit to the UK is not as concerning as his escalating multi-front trade wars, affirms the boss of one of the...

Conservative leadership poses risks and opportunities for investors

The race to be the next UK Prime Minister demands investors take action to mitigate risks to their wealth, affirms the CEO of one...

People’s Vote will reduce the Brexit uncertainty blighting business

If MPs are serious about protecting jobs and securing long-term, sustainable economic growth, they must now support a second Brexit referendum, says the CEO...

Nearly Half Of Over 50s Have Changed Their Will

Complexity of modern family relationships spurs revisions to wills. 44% of over 50s have changed their will up to four times according to a YouGov...

A third of expats in the UK are worried about domestic politics

New research reveals that 14% of expats in the UK would consider returning to their home country for political reasons Research* from AXA – Global...

Brexit delay: The pound will rally but business needs decision not more fudging

The pound will benefit from a relief rally – but little else has changed - as Theresa May is forced to concede a medium...

Brexit: Pound and UK assets will flatline as MPs reject all options, again

The pound will flatline on the outcome of latest parliamentary Brexit vote, affirms the CEO of one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory...

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Difference Between Residence and Domicile

For British expats, their residence and domicile determine how much tax they are likely to pay, both in the country where they...

QROPS, Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme

QROPS is a type of pensions that were designed to cater for the needs of British pension holders that move out of...

Living In The Philippines, A Guide for Expats

Brilliant weather, a low cost of living and friendly, English speaking people makes The Philippines a popular destination for British expats.