Increasingly over the last few decades more and more Brits have considered retiring to a foreign country.
After a long career, working hard and carefully saving money for a long and enjoyable retirement, is it little wonder that so many of the over-50’s are considering a retirement destination with rather more reliable weather than the UK?
Once famously nicknamed “Pudding Island” by author Gerald Durrell, an increasing number of those nearing retirement seem to prefer the idea of warm, sunny winters and beach-front ...
Thanks to its fantastic climate and outdoor lifestyle Australia has long been one of the most popular expat destinations with Brits.
Indeed Australia is now considered the most popular destination worldwide for Brits leaving home turf, with almost 1.3 million Brits currently living there. Of course it’s not just families and young professional relocating to Oz; increasingly the country is being seen as a suitable retirement destination.
With high quality healthcare on offer, year-round sunshine and reasonable real estate prices outside the major ...
Expats live in a world full of possibilities.
International air travel is easier and more cost-effective than ever before. Border restrictions are lessening across the globe (especially if you’re a retiree with money to spend) and thanks to the Internet we have more information at our fingertips than ever before.
This wealth of choice also has one potential downside however – paralysis from analysis. With international travel so much easier and more affordable than ever before how on earth do you decide ...
If you are one of the estimated 1 million+ retirees living overseas then you could be in for something of a shock. New research has highlighted just how many expats are missing out on funds that are rightfully theirs – in many cases precisely because they have moved abroad.
Whereas last month we revealed that many pensioners are missing out on funds due to pensions not keeping up with inflation, this month a new source of missed funds has been revealed; though ...