With ever-changing regulations on UK pensions affecting people during retirement, it has become even more important to make sure your pension is protected and secure before more changes are made. All options regarding a UK pension transfer will be explained by a fully regulated advisor which comes at no cost and no obligation at all. The advice is completely independent and transparent to all expats with a UK pension.
UK Pension Transfers
Do you have a UK pension worth £100k or more and now live abroad? Find out how to transfer your UK pension and prevent it being taxed up to 45% at source.
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What are your options?
If you don’t live in the UK anymore, it is important that you completely understand the choices available to you so that you best meet your personal financial requirements.
You have three choices regarding your pension:
Leave it in the UK.
Transfer it to a QROPS (Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme)
Transfer it to a SIPP (Self Invested Personal Pension).
We offer a no-cost, no-obligation review which makes it simpler for you to recognise what options are available and which choice offers you the greatest amounts of pension income.
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Is it beneficial to transfer your UK pension?
Transferring to a QROPS or SIPP can offer massive benefits, giving you full flexibility and radically increasing your retirement income to what you need. These options are not suitable for everyone though, so it’s imperative that you receive the correct advice to help you with your circumstances.
To explain all of the advantages and disadvantages of transferring your pension, we provide a no-cost, no-obligation FREE review. To find out more about your options, download your FREE pension review TODAY.
Note: Only applicable for pension with a value of £100,000 or more. Not suitable for State pensions or public service pensions.