Below are the articles from last week, documenting events from the world of expatriate finance, as reported on iExpats and from other places across the web:
Savers who were advised to place their pensions into three poorly selected investments have been given the green light to make a claim against the IFA responsible for the recommendation. Heads will roll….
Anyone with a bit of extra cash earmarked for investment at the end of the tax year, could do worse than look at a few SEIS-qualifying investments. SEIS offers very attractive tax breaks for high-earning investors.
With April just around the corner, here’s an insight into what the pension reforms will actually mean for you.
Guernsey is another QROPS jurisdiction that has switched around its own legislation to be able to incorporate 100% access to funds come April. How many others will rush through the same amendments to attract business?
Ryanair and Flybe are two of the budget airlines refusing to compensate thousands of passengers whose plans were disrupted by delayed flights.
10 British passengers and crew on the ill-fated Costa Concordia have begun legal proceedings to try for compensation due to stress. The ferry listed after smashing into rocks as the Captain sailed too close to land to give his pals a wave on the shore.
From the web:
Prepare to wait for U.S. tax help – Reuters
Pension fears for public workers who plan to move overseas – The Telegraph