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Featuring the latest retirement news, these articles show you how to make the most out of your pension, and provide information on retirement planning, pension transfers, QROPS, QNUPS and SIPPS. This market is volatile – and our team of experts can help you understand the factors at play by stripping away the opinions and reporting the solid facts. We’ll keep you up to date with the latest legislation, how to claim pensions when you are overseas, and any changes to British pension rules. To compliment this offering, we also look at the latest expat lifestyle trends – so you stay informed of the latest news and developments – wherever you are in the world.

Moves to clean up Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Schemes for expats is missing the mark, according to critics. The aim is to stop fraudsters stealing pension cash by making more checks into the people behind the scheme and the way money transferred in is invested and managed. The Pension Liberation Industry...
Doctors are taking early retirement in a bid to avoid tax penalties for breaking strict pension saving rules. Researchers found almost a third of family doctors who retired last year gave up work before they were 60 - double the number who retired early in 2012. The rising trend for doctors...
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 because they have no collective voice in government and no representation in Parliament. British expats outnumber...
Pension experts have crunched some numbers to come up with how much an average worker needs to save to retire on a target annual income of two-thirds of their final salary. The average salary at retirement is £27,000, according to government figures. To maintain the standard of living this salary buys...
Expats returning home to find a care home near friends and relatives face a funding lottery, according to new research. More than 120 councils responded to a freedom of information inquiry asking them how much they pay towards funding social care. The astonishing results revealed a lack of a funding policy...