Brexit has everyone in a tailspin.
UK nationals living in other countries feel especially vulnerable.
The uncertainty regarding their futures…
Not to mention UK pensions and investments…
Hangs heavy over them.
I've had many opportunities to share my thoughts on the idea of retiring early.
Just these past few weeks, newspapers, a radio station and a news channel reached out for a comment or two.
It seems to be a hot topic among expat investors.
Here's my take on the movement...
And how the principles can benefit anyone.
Over the years, many investors have reached out with concern...
Encouraged by certain financial firms or rogue 'advisers' to transfer their pensions.
Understandably, they've been confused and doubtful.
If you've been contacted or have any doubt about whether you should or shouldn't transfer...
I urge you to continue reading.
Understand the implications of transferring before you make any decision.
Remember, your life savings are at risk.
If you're nearing retirement, you probably have a lot on your mind.
What will you do with all that spare time?
How many holidays can you afford?
Will your money last, even if you live longer than expected?
£10 million is a lot of money.
For most, it seems impossible to accrue.
But it can be done…
With discipline and a plan of action.
$500,000 a year is an enviable salary.
Around AED1.8 million.
14 times the UK average.
But it’s still not enough for one couple to pay their bills.
Following on from last week’s blog…
Discussing the 4 types of financial advisers…
Here’s the next step…
Actually choosing one…
With insight from financial expert, Michael Kitces.
What’s in a name?
In financial services, a lot actually.
Identical labels, job titles and service descriptions often mean completely different things.
Making it extremely difficult for the untrained eye to decipher.
But understanding the real differences is critical to what you get.