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Martin Hughes

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I have over 15 years’ experience writing for and about some of the world’s most dynamic business centres. I write mainly now about expatriate finance and tax-efficiency, but my focus for Money International involves most areas of economics in truth. I live in Paris, France currently but am constantly travelling around the world, to meetings predominantly, but occasionally for leisure and family time. I am a surfer at heart, which surprises many.

QROPS Transfer Charge Is Opportunistic Tax On Expats

The Overseas Transfer Charge is an opportunistic tax on expats who have no one to speak up for them when the British government decides to demand extra money from their offshore pensions. Expats suffer financially...

House Prices Rising Faster Than Stocks And Shares

House prices in Britain have outstripped the huge rises seen in stocks and shares over the past decade, according to property experts. The total value of homes in the country has increased by 48% to...

What Is The World Trade Organisation?

If Brexit talks break down and Britain walks away from the EU without a deal, here’s a look at the rules and regulations that will manage how the UK trades with the rest of...

Expat Pensions Secured After Brexit But Tough Talks Grind On

British Brexit secretary David Davies says agreement has been reached with the EU over pensions for expats – but that the EU needs to show more flexibility in talks. Without revealing details, he briefed MPs...

House Prices Rise At Fastest Rate In Three Years

Global house prices have gone up for the fourth quarter in a row, according to a new report. Average increases have hit 6.5% - the highest level since the first quarter of 2014, says the...

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