Savers and investors are often their own worst enemy when managing their money because false obstacles stop them from making the right financial decisions.
The world is changing for the generation in their mid-30s who have never experienced an interest rate rise – until now.
Investors have a perfect window of opportunity to invests in small businesses as the government continues to make the future uncertain by tinkering with pensions and buy to let tax.
Pensions are confusing, but offshore pensions are even worse because they involve unfamiliar terms and rules that few retirement savers run into unless they are expats.
Time is counting down for the government’s latest tax grab – slashing the tax-free dividend allowance for shareholders and investors.
International SIPPs can be ideal for British expats in Dubai who fear transferring their UK pension offshore due to the crippling 25% overseas transfer charge.
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 are not familiar with a country’s laws or legal system.
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Financial advisers often talk about the wide range of investments retirement savers can hold in a SIPP without explaining just what these investments are.
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.