How expats in Europe are taxed on their UK pensions

Mark Battersby
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Many Britons have been putting their retirement plans to sunny southern Europe on hold for two or more years while the UK extracts itself from the EU, according to Jason Porter, director at Blevins Franks Financial Management and head of the new European Emigration Advisory Service. Covid lockdowns mean the opportunities to sell a UK home and buy a property in Europe have been limited. As the immigration requirements for UK nationals to retire to the EU become clearer and vaccine levels on both sides of the Channel mean travel restrictions can begin to ease, there is now expected to b...

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