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Pensions are often perceived as being complicated, particularly for British expatriates or anyone who has left behind a UK pension. At Florin Pensions we work to simplify our clients’ British occupational and personal pensions by providing US focused solutions for UK pensions.
Florin Pensions is a US regulated investment advisory firm specializing in providing UK pension transfer and investment advice to people with UK pensions. As a firm founded by British expatriates, Florin Pensions understands the complexities faced by people when they move abroad. We work with our clients to understand their retirement objectives and provide solutions for gaining control and managing their occupational and personal UK pension schemes. This may include a transfer to a UK Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP) or a Qualifying Recognized Overseas Pension Scheme (QROPS), depending upon one’s circumstances. With the British pensions’ landscape constantly changing (with changes as recent as April 2015), contact Florin Pensions to learn more about retirement and investment solutions for your occupational and personal UK pension scheme(s).
29 June, 2015
According to JLT Employee Benefits, UK private sector defined benefit/final salary schemes continue to be heavily in deficit. As at 31 December 2014, the FTSE 250 defined benefit pension deficit topped £12 Billion alone, this is an increase of £5 Billion from the year before. 16 FTSE 250 companies have pension liabilities greater than their […]
8 June, 2015
It has been the greatest shake-up in UK pensions for over 100 years. George Osborne’s introduction of new UK pension freedoms is revolutionising how people are now able to access their UK personal and occupational pensions – or that is at least what the government hopes. A key question that pension holders are now wrestling […]
1 June, 2015
The Queen’s Speech on 27 May 2015 reconfirmed the government’s commitment to the UK state pension remaining “triple-locked” until the end of this Parliament in 2020. This means that a person’s UK state pension will increase annually by the highest of earnings growth, inflation or 2.5 percent. The Department of Work and Pensions has also […]