Expats have two options when transferring a pension – moving to a SIPP or a QROPS. Both run to a similar blueprint. But a SIPP is a UK based pension, while a QROPS is a specialist offshore pension. The difference between the two is tax.
If you are working overseas as an expat, you might want to continue paying UK national insurance to safeguard your state pension and entitlement to other benefits.
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Too many British expats and tourists taking time out across Europe expect too much from their emergency health cards, a new survey has found.
Around 4 million British and EU expats have lived in uncertainty since the Brexit referendum vote a year ago – and despite some clarity from British Prime Minister Theresa May few are clearer about their futures today.