5 Actions Expats Can Take While the UK Withdraws
ProACT Sam looks at 5 actions expats can take as the UK leaves the European Union
ProACT Sam asks is there light at the end of the EU Brexit Tunnel for Expats
For months now we have been saying there is no such thing as ’no deal’ in any negotiation. The EU Brexit deal is overwhelmed with vested political and business interests.
What is unresolved is the future trading agreement between the EU and the UK.
The pension is indexed linked for inflation on certain conditions. If you live in the UK or one of a select number of countries with whom a bilateral social security agreement exists with the UK.
UK State Pensions have changed, if you are born up to April 1953 you may qualify for the Basic state pension with a minimum of 10 years National Insurance (NI) contributions and a maximum of 30 years.
You could choose to delay the receipt of state pension. You receive a credit for deferment of a 1% increase in your State pension for every 9 weeks deferred, which works out to around 5.8% per year uplift.
You are notified by post 6 weeks before your state retirement age and must make a paper application by return.
The UK State pension is a predicable future indexed income. How does it work for Expats?
How is UK State Pension Impacted by EU Brexit for Expats?
ProACT Sam has the know how.
ProACT Sam talks about the business opportunities for that British expats in Cyprus following Brexit.
ProACT Sam gives 6 key actions for expats to take now during a slow withdrawal of the UK from the European Union
ProACT Sam examines the steps forward for Expats in the published draft Brexit Withdrawn Treaty.