Questions raised over fees and liability
Retirement overseas requires careful tax planning
Adam Wrench looks at some of the opportunities and pitfalls for expats returning to the UK
The government's reduction of the Lifetime Allowance (LTA) is ‘triggering' a growing number of expats to move their pensions out of the UK, deVere Group says.
Are QROPS still difficult for advisers to engage with? Fiona Murphy looks at recent changes and finds out.
The QROPS market has real benefits for those retiring abroad but it has been dogged by controversy. In this Retirement Planner Inquiry Helen Morrissey asks how the market can meet its challenges and looks at the prospects for growth.
The QROPS market is continually undergoing change. Fiona Murphy looks at the recent developments.
Adam Wrench discusses how offshore bond sales are coming under further pressure from QROPS and QNUPS.
The issue of the frozen state pension for retirees who move abroad will be debated following a campaign by an expat group.
QNUPS has remained in QROPS shadow for some time. However Adam Wrench believes they can form a useful part of a client's retirement planning portfolio
Expat pensioners have suffered falls in retirement income by as much as 50% due to the weakening pound, warns Equiniti Paymaster.
A QROPS loophole, where a member can take double tax free cash, highlights the problems in pension legislation, according to a pension specialist.
Boal & Co is celebrating after being named Best International Specialist Pension Provider at the International Fund and Product Awards 2012. Retirement Planner spoke to MD Gary Boal about the win
What does HMRC's controversial new list of approved QROPS schemes mean for the overseas market?
On 6 April, QROPS will get a huge revamp. Fiona Murphy explains how the reforms will shape the market and what advisers should be doing in the meantime.
Retail banks could come into the QROPS market as legislation removes complexity, according to Rex Cowley, consultant for The Overseas Pension.
Kleinwort Benson has launched a new offshore annuity trust: the COPIA+ Guernsey Retirement Plan.
Adam Wrench assesses the issues advisers need to bear in mind when looking at the QROPS market
What are the key challenges facing advisers who have clients who could use QROPS as part of their retirement planning?
David Howell highlights the key areas that should be explored with an adviser when moving abroad
Andrew Tully warns about the potential pension issues that arise when a client retires abroad
For clients moving or living abroad, UK pension benefits can be neatly transferred to a tax neutral QROPS in a well regulated jurisdiction, such as Guernsey, although QROPS may not be suitable if the client intends to return to the UK at some point in...
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As increasing numbers of Britons look to retire abroad, Richard Mattison goes into the issues surrounding paying pensions to overseas residents