Retiring abroad can be a great experience – but the good times can also come with worries, particularly surrounding your pension and how it’s faring in today’s volatile market place. British pension rules are complicated and fast-changing , so it’s understandable those who live abroad can feel a bit ‘out of things.’ That’s where iExpats can help by delivering the latest headlines and key information explaining everything you need to know about claiming the State Pension from overseas and expat pensions. Our writers also look behind the scenes at the latest trends in lifestyle and living abroad – including detailed reports about Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme (QROPS), QNUPS and SIPPS.


QROPS List – May 1, 2020

The number of expat offshore pensions listed under the Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme (QROPS) increased to 1,894 across 28 countries – a net gain


QROPS List – April 15, 2020

The coronavirus is expected to start hitting pension transfers to the Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme (QROPS) soon. Pension regulators in the UK have given


Yo-Yo Markets Worry Pension Savers

Financial watchdogs are urging investors not to panic over yo-yo markets during the coronavirus outbreak. And most of all, they say beware of fraudsters peddling


QROPS List – April 1, 2020

The worldwide list of QROPS offshore pensions for expats has added several new schemes mainly in Australia. Australia heads the list with 1,103 expat pensions


QROPS List – March 15, 2020

Expats in Australia opened 11 new Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Schemes in the past two weeks. The HM Revenue & Customs QROPS List shows the