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Editor-in-Chief of MoneyInternational.com My commitment is to ensuring the latest developments across the financial world reach our readership first. My own contributions and area of expertise lie predominantly in the British pension sector, a field I worked in for many years in England before moving to the UK. As Editor-in Chief, I welcome and appreciate all feedback, and any ideas or requests for future pieces. It is the enthusiasm of our team, and the constructive feedback and sometimes heated debate of our readership that fuels my passion for financial journalism.

How Do Expats Find a Good Lawyer?

Life doesn’t stop for expats – they still face the same problems as the rest of us and sometimes need the help of a good lawyer. But finding legal representation abroad is complicated when you...

Cryptocurrencies – Scams Or Opportunities For Investors?

Bitcoin has broken new ground with the price heading to new record highs this week – but should you invest in cryptocurrencies? Bitcoin may be the most well-known, but more than a thousand cryptocurrencies are...

Just What Assets Can You Hold In A Pension?

Financial advisers often talk about the wide range of investments retirement savers can hold in a SIPP without explaining just what these investments are. So, here's a list of allowable pension investments from HM Revenue...

Working Out If You Are A UK Expat

You may believe you are an expat because you have lived overseas for a while, but under complicated rules this may make no difference to your tax status. These rules are important because they determine...

Don’t Despair – House Prices Will Rocket Over Next Decade

Retirement savers relying on a property pension can expect to see the value of their homes shoot up by around 56% over the next decade. Property guru Russell Quirk, founder and chief executive of online...

What Is The Brexit Divorce Bill And What Will It Cost?

Britain and the European Union are squabbling like a divorcing married couple over who picks up the tab for money they both agreed to spend while the UK remains in Europe. The disagreement has spread...

Retirement Savers Want To Know How Much To Save

Retirement savers want a target to aim for rather than a guestimate of the cash they will need for a comfortable life once they give up work. A national retirement income that offers a guide...

Expats Need To Be Told More About Their Retirement Options

Financial experts are starting to pick up on the idea that expats are not well-served by their providers once they stop contributing into their pensions. A debate is firing up around the rights of deferred...

It’s Possible To Save £1m Even If You Are 50 With No Savings

If you’re aged 50 or over and want to retire with a £50,000 a year pension, can you do it? You need a £1 million pension pot to generate that level of retirement income and...

Pension Jargon Explained

The financial world is a maze of jargon investors and savers must cut a path through to find the information they want. In this confusing mass of acronyms and technical terms, here’s a guide to...
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Pension transfers for USA residents

As the latest statistics published by HMRC suggest, overseas pension transfers are on the decline. The rule change in March 2017, in which a 25% exit tax was introduced on any UK pension transferred...

Lego Cuts 1,400 Jobs To Combat Falling Sales

Falling sales at plastic building block maker Lego have undermined the foundations of the world's third largest toy manufacturer. More than a thousand jobs are set to go as the board 'resets' the company's structure...

Moving Overseas And Healthcare

Medical care is a worry for expats moving to a new home as they lose the benefits of free universal health care from the British National Health Service. Recognised as one of the best health...

WASPI Pension Fight Rallies Support From MPs

Cross-party support is growing for women campaigning against changes to state pension age that have left them facing financial hardship in retirement. Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI) is angry that women born in the...

Dividend Tax Grab Could Hit 90,000 Retired Investors

experts are warning that as many as 90,000 wealthy retired investors could lose significant amounts of money because they are not holding their investments in tax-efficient wrappers. The warning follows Chancellor Phillip Hammond’s grab for...

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