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UK Inheritance Tax And Domicile – What You Need To Know Today

  UK inheritance tax follows you around the world since it’s based on domicile, not residence. You could live abroad long term and still be liable for this legacy tax. Here, Blevins Franks look at key facts about UK inheritance tax and domicile and how it could affect your intended heirs.        Written by Jason Porter of Blevins Fra ...

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5 Great Places to Consider Living Out Your Retirement

  There are many great places to spend your retirement, but you want to make sure you find the right fit. Your city and country of choice for retirement should allow you to enjoy all the things you love while being surrounded by like-minded individuals. With ample research and a keen eye for adventure, you’ll choose the perfect fit and be on your way to having a fulfilling and enriching retir ...

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The Most Popular Sports For Retirees Around The World

  For those retirees looking to lead active lifestyles and enjoy partaking in a range of indoor and outdoor sports, the new Senior Sports Report from the hearing specialists at ReSound has determined which of the 30 most developed countries in the world are the most popular and accessible to older generations in order to stay social, and keep fit and healthy.       After resear ...

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7 Reasons To Retire To Antigua

  The idyllic image of relaxing on a palm tree fringed beach on a Caribbean Island is part of the dream for many people.  Add to that tax and financial incentives and it provides excellent reasons to retire to Antigua.  Here we set out a great opportunity to enjoy your retirement in Antigua.       The islands of Antigua and Barbuda in the Caribbean are currently undergoing a transformati ...

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Spain’s Non-Lucrative Visa: A Good Option For Those Retiring To Spain

Spain’s Non-Lucrative Visa allows non-EU citizens to live in Spain provided they are able to support themselves financially.  It is used by those planning to retire to Spain and is an option for British retirees and other people who do not plan to work in Spain now that the UK is no longer a member of the EU.   What is the non-lucrative visa? Spain’s Non-Lucrative Residence Visa is an option for p ...

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Best Places To Retire In The World

  From seeking warmer weather to living someplace where your money will go farther, there are many advantages to retiring abroad. Several countries stand out for their safety, ease of attaining a visa and health care systems as benefits to supplement the retiree lifestyle.  Here are some of the best places to retire abroad.       Is It Safe to Retire Outside of the U.S.? The COVID-1 ...

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How To Retire Abroad To Spain With Financial Peace Of Mind

  Anyone recently retired or approaching retirement is entering a new and exciting phase in life. While some worry retirement will be boring, many embrace the freedom it offers.  Spain certainly offers a beneficial lifestyle for retirees. But long-term financial security is crucial to help you enjoy your retirement years.  Retire abroad to Spain with financial peace of mind.     Wri ...

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Organising Your Retirement To Spain

Retirement abroad is increasingly popular with over one million British expats having their pension paid overseas and Spain is by far and away the most popular destination.  The visa requirements for Brits have become more onerous now that the UK is no longer a member of the EU, but Spain is sure to remain a popular destination for British retirees, however.   Visa Requirements Brits are now ...

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Top Tips For Managing Currency Risks When Retiring Abroad

Retiring to a life overseas, comes with many important considerations, not least of all how to manage the exchange and international transfer of your money, be it accumulated savings or ongoing income. Written exclusively for Expat Network by Tom Arnold of Currency Index   There are various options open to you in terms of the organisation you decide to use, be it your bank, a currency broker ...

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Expats – Plan Your Retirement Abroad

Many expats having spent a proportion or all of their career abroad get used to a different climate and lifestyle and do not feel drawn back to their home country when considering their retirement.  There are many options for retiring and it is a very personal decision on where to retire.  For some retiring where they have been working allows them to continue with part-time work into retirement ca ...

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