As an expat, you’ve made a successful life outside of the UK! With retirement on the horizon, you’re envisioning the grand reward of decades of hard work.
Free of obligations, you’ll have the financial freedom to tackle everything on your bucket list.
But does your investment portfolio have other plans?
What many expats don’t realise is that the British retirement pension you left behind might not be working towards the retirement you deserve.
Other expats hastily transfer their pensions without knowing all the facts. In some cases, transferring your pension can work against your retirement goals.
Why do some expats hastily transfer their British retirement pensions?
- Fear of loss
- Lack of control
- Poor performance
You’ve spent a lifetime making calculated, informed decisions. Give the same weight to a decision that will affect how you live out your Golden Years.
Don’t transfer your UK pension until you read this guide and discover:
- Why cash equivalent transfer values (CETV) are so high
- How to gain control over how and when you access your pension
- The purpose of the Pension Protection Fund (PPF)
- How you could pass on more of your wealth to your family
- What is meant by a Self-Invested Private Pension (SIPP)
- If you could be better staying in your DB Pension scheme?
Why This Guide?
Understand International Hurdles:
Our guide gives you first-hand knowledge of the local and international hurdles that positively (and negatively) affect your financial goals.
Advisers Who Specialise in International Portfolios:
Our team specializes in managing the nuances of investment portfolios that span multiple countries.
Best of all, this guide helps you avoid the mistakes other expats are making!
Why Trust Us?
At Skybound we know that making a decision on which option is right for you can be daunting, which is why the guide will help you answer the questions most British internationals are asking.