6 Actions For Expats During a Slow and Painful Withdrawal Period
ProACT Sam gives 6 key actions for expats to take now during a slow withdrawal of the UK from the European Union
EU and UK Expats should consider the changes ahead. Plan for the future changes that come.
Changes made by Expats before Brexit or the end of the Transitional period are made as EU citizens with the UK within the EU.
Review their immigration status as individuals or business
Review and organise overseas property, business and investment assets in a tax efficient manner.
Review your Will. European business and property assets are settled under forced heirship rules, meaning step children could benefit before a second spouse or partner.
Consider how medical cover is provided. Is a private insurance required?
Contact us, ProACT EU Brexit for Expats Experts, for a free review and guidance.
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