Where do clients retiring to Europe pay the least pensions tax?

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For most people, a crucial source of income in their retirement is their pension, but if they choose to retire abroad what is the tax position?, says Jason Porter, director of specialist expat financial planning firm Blevins Franks. To a large degree, a comfortable retirement is likely to depend upon the size of the pension fund, which could be spread across several different schemes. Those who have had a varied working life could have both private and company (occupational) schemes, a defined benefit arrangement with a local authority or government body, and an entitlement to the sta...

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