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Sam Orgill of ProACT Expatriate Advice considers what we know so far and recent developments in Brexit and the 4 areas of impact Expats should consider and review to protect Residency Rights, Tax on Income, securing Overseas Property, Medical Cover post Brexit.
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When you consider relocation the first thing you consider is somewhere to live. The second is to manage your income, whether from pension, investments, business or as a contractor. When you make the move to become an expat you get busy making local registrations for everything from electricity to visas, tax to social club, bank accounts to medical. We understand this.
Will You Wait for the Date? ProACT Sam Orgill gives 5 Actions to Protect your Overseas Property Investment from Expenses Plus Capital + Inheritance Tax Savings
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EU Brexit for Expats: 5 Benefits for Expats Living and Working Abroad As by the Weakening of the Euro
Sam Orgill of ProACT Partnership considers the Exchange Rate Adjustment and implications of EU Brexit for Expats Living and Working Abroad
Eurozone Economy Weakness
As the EU economic zone continues to stutter with structural banking an debt reforms the Euro hits a barrier as Italy emerges as the country of focus in world finance
An Italian Economy weighed down by bad debt that has not be reformed an updated. The Italian referendum on their governments proposed reforms that have been rejected. This has weakened the Euro on the world markets.
Sterling has strengthened, Euro is Weaker:
GBP£1 = Euro1.20 , USD $1 = Euro 0.95, Rouble RR 1 = Euro0.015
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Protect Your Family Home Living and Working Abroad
With a few steps you can protect your Family overseas property from death, taxes and changing circumstances.
Life teaches us that things will change. We grow older, the family needs evolve, work commitments change, health care matters more. We can look forward and make plans to protect the family and your overseas property , business and investments. Better this that unexpected changes forcing sudden change, and expense that often come with tax bills and ownership issues.
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Monday Money Blog: Protect Your Family and Business.
The first thing to do when you move your Family, Business and Family Property overseas is put the protections in place for your family assets.
This should always start with Making a Will. When you move to a different country with different laws, then straight away your unmarried partner, adopted children, and your financial security could be undermined by the death of a family member.
Many countries including Cyprus, FRANCE and the EU have forced heirship where only blood relatives can benefit.
Here are “6 good reasons to Make a Will” for Expats Living and Working Abroad.Read More
6 Reasons to Make a Will for Overseas Property Investment from
Sam Orgill www.proactpartnership.com
To Protect Family Assets from Expense, Delay, Capital + Inheritance Tax Savings
What gets missed, in the excitement and enthusiasm of Overseas Property Investment is the exit strategy if something goes wrong.
Overseas Property Investment is a dream but can become a better investment with lower property taxes and avoiding the cost and delay of probate on first death.
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6 Reasons to Make a Will Trust to Protect Overseas Property Investment
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5 Things for Expats to Prepare In Case Living and Working Abroad Goes Wrong
What gets missed, in the excitement and enthusiasm of relocating overseas and achieving your dream of Living and Working Aboard, is the exit strategy. Of course the property purchase has to be completed quickly before it is ‘sold to the other buyer’. You can sort the details of finances while on the beach sipping cocktails, right?
EU Brexit for Expats could impact in this areas with forced heirship and taxes invalidating existing arrangements.Read More
Many British Expats are Living and Retired Abroad in EU countries such as Spain, Portugal, France, Cyprus and Germany and receive indexed annual UK state pensions. This applies to all EU countries, plus EEA countries, Switzerland and Gibraltar.
With EU Brexit this automatic right will be lost. It may be during Brexit that Britain negotiates replacement arrangements, to allow pension indexing to continue
Expats Living and Retired Abroad can receive indexed UK state pensions if they live in a country with a reciprocal agreement for pension indexation. That includes all the EU Countries, so with EU Brexit - what happens to Expats Receiving UK State Pensions?
Whatever the manner of UK Brexit from the EU, Overseas Tax on Pensions paid offshore will continue to be determined by the relevant double taxation treaty - for better or worse.Read More