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Harbour International SIPP

Harbour International SIPP Review

Harbour International SIPP Review The Harbour International SIPP was launched by The Pension Solutions Group as an alternative to the poor service, expensive and opaque charging products that were previously offered on the market. Rather than assess whether it has achieved its objective this review will focus on exactly what it offers and allows the […]

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International SIPP Benefits – Is It The Right Solution for You?

International SIPP (Non – Resident SIPP) An international SIPP (Self Invested Personal Pension) is exactly as it sounds in that it is the international (non-resident) version of a standard UK SIPP. Initially introduced as an alternative option to the QROPS (Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme) which were often missold, required taking monies out of UK […]

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Best International SIPP: The Expat Pension Solution?

Are you looking for the best International SIPP out there? Retirement planning has always been one of the most complex areas of financial planning. With so many different solutions available, all with differing features, picking the product that universally suits your needs can quickly become overwhelming. Add in the fact that you may have moved […]

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Section 32 Pensions – What you should know

Section 32 Pensions – What is it? A Section 32 Pension is an old pension policy, used mainly pre 1988 to transfer pensions rights that had been built up in a workplace scheme, into an individual pension policy. They were often used if an occupational scheme was about to be wound up or the employee […]

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Expat Estate Planning: The Cost of Doing Nothing

Inheritance tax receipts hit a record £5.4 billion in 2018/19, a £200 million increase from the previous tax year. Research conducted by Canada Life has estimated that HMRC will take up  to £10 billion in tax from those within their remit by 2030, which equates to almost double the current level. Expat estate planning should […]