Comment: Is time running out for tax-free EU pension transfers?

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If clients have chosen to retire in Europe or are thinking of doing so, steps should be taken now to review their pension options before Brexit potentially changes the rules, says Jason Porter of specialist expatriate advisers Blevins Franks. With still no certainty on the timing and form of Brexit - be it hard, soft, no-deal or even no Brexit at all - it is difficult for expatriates to plan accordingly. Financial advisers are often asked, for instance, what will happen to UK pension rules for expatriates after Brexit, but the reality is that no-one, not even the UK government, knows for...

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