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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).
6 May, 2016
With just weeks away from the Brexit vote on 23 June, research has revealed that 61% of UK pension industry stakeholders surveyed will vote to remain in the European Union (EU). This number rises when looking at solution providers likes banks and asset managers specifically, with 73% saying they would vote to remain in the […]
22 April, 2016
While the IRS tax return due date of 15 April for individuals remains unchanged, many other filing deadlines were recently changed in the improbable act entitled The Surface Transportation and Veterans Health Care Improvement Act of 2015 (the “Act”), including the filing date for the Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts Form 114 (an […]
18 April, 2016
Data released by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority has shown a drop in the number of people accessing their pensions since the pension freedoms were introduced in April 2015. From 1 October to 31 December 2015 the survey covering an estimated 95% of contract based schemes in the UK showed a drop of 36% from […]