Dubai – and the UAE in general – is fast becoming one of the most popular expat destinations, with 240,000 Brits now calling Dubai home. Moving to Dubai as a British expat is an exciting time filled with new experiences and opportunities.
Pensions play an important role in your long-term financial planning. In this blog, we’ll delve into the intricacies of pension planning for UK expats, exploring the challenges they might face and offering guidance on how to navigate them.
In golf, a well-planned strategy and consistent practice are key to navigating your way successfully through the course and lowering your handicap. Many of the same principles apply to achieving long-term financial success and living the life you want.
Often underappreciated, State Pension is a very valuable retirement planning tool in your expat arsenal. Here we discuss everything you need to know about the UK State Pension as an Expat – why it’s so important, and how to make sure you get it.
When investing your savings, risk is inevitable and a part of the process. But not all investors have the same relationship with risk, and none have the same personal circumstances.
Behavioural finance is field that combines psychology and finance to better understand why people behave the way they do, and how that behaviour affects financial outcomes.
Finding the right Financial Planner can be hard, especially for expats trying to navigate the international market and all the added complexities/dangers that accompany it.
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We get a lot of questions around this topic, and there is a lot of misinformation and unconscious bias around the subject.
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Case Study – “I’m an architect living in Dubai – should I transfer my UK pension to a SIPP or a QROPS?”
Read about our client, David – an architect living in Dubai, he came to us wondering whether to transfer his UK pension to a SIPP or QROPS.
Do you have UK pensions? Have you heard a “SIPP” or “QROPS” mentioned and found yourself confused, wondering what they are or if you need one?
What is money, why is it important and how does your past shape your relationship to money in the present and your chances of reaching key financial milestones in the future?