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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.
Tax Man Cracks Down On Rogue Advisors

Tax Man Cracks Down On Rogue Advisors

Tax advisors in South Africa must sign up with a supervising body to carry on giving advice in a bid to put rogue consultants out of business. The move has been made by the South...

Dynamic Travel Does Away With Delays And Queues

Globe-trotting expats can expect the way they travel to change as technology and data merge to provide new ways for transport to connect. Research suggests that travel, transport and IT organisations will join forces to...

Euro Tax Link Up Aimed At Deterring Fraudsters

A bid by the European Union to harmonise tax codes across member states has been welcomed by the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT). The idea is to boost compliance and make it more difficult for...
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Dubai Expects A Three Year Property Bonanza

After a spectacular crash in property prices, the Dubai homes market is rebounding with rents and prices set to increase over the next three years, says a leading property developer. Delegates were told by Hussain...
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Spanish Hospitals Force Brits To Pay For Free Treatment

Spanish hospitals are refusing to accept the European health insurance card (EHIC) carried by British expats and holidaymakers, forcing the European Commission to step in and investigate. British insurance firms have lodged complaints since increasing...

New Reporting Rules For QROPS Offshore Pensions

New regulations for managing Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Schemes (QROPS) that have ceased but still hold funds for members have been published by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC). The proposals introduce new reporting requirements for...
Companies To Feel Squeeze From International Tax Shake-Up

Companies To Feel Squeeze From International Tax Shake-Up

A bid to make tax evasion more difficult for rich people and corporations has taken a massive step forward as a slew of countries have signed up to a tax information sharing agreement. Growing numbers...

How Fund Charges Dent Your Pension And Savings

Everyone knows they need to make strenuous efforts to save for their retirement, but not everyone is aware of how fund charges can have a serious detrimental impact on their cash. All pension savers need...
Euro

Brits Worried The Euro Is Ready To Implode

Just when investors thought the Euro crisis was over comes research showing that financially-savvy Brits say they are concerned about the collapse of the currency and what it means for them. The study by wealth...

No Low Risk Options For Investors Except Cash

Investors need to rethink how they define their attitude to risk, as one investment expert doubts they can find low-risk options in the current economic climate. Ben Yearsley, head of research at self-service trading firm...
Britain’s Open Invitation To The Most Talented Expats

Britain Grows Poorer While Expats Surge Ahead

Official wealth statistics paint a miserable picture of falling incomes and living standards in Britain while those in many popular expat destinations are doing much better. The report from the UK Office of National Statistics...
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Back To The Future When Seeking The Best Investments

Investors looking for profits face a bewildering array of investment opportunities to build a portfolio but making a decision about where to put that hard-earned cash is not always easy. Research from the London Business...

FATCA Spells End Of Banking Secrecy

Lawyers are predicting the end of banking secrecy around the world as increasing numbers of countries bring in legislation to satisfy voters angry at claims of companies and the wealthy dodging billions in tax. The...
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Savers In Denial About The Cost Of Retirement

The huge number of workers in denial about their retirement savings is laid bare in a new survey. Research by The Equity Release Council (ERC) has revealed that 65% of British retirement savers are ‘unaware,...
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Youngsters Give Up Saving In Hope Of Cash Inheritance

Many young Brits are not saving for their retirement because they believe they will inherit money from their parents- but many are in for a big disappointment, according to a new survey. Skipton Building Society...

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