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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).
1 September, 2015
Currently people in the UK enjoy a bank deposit guarantee of £85,000 when money is held at any authorised deposit taker (such as a bank, building society or credit union). The compensation limit of £85,000 applies to each depositor for the total of their deposits with a particular bank, regardless of how many accounts they hold. […]
5 August, 2015
While already proposed as part of the 2o14 Autumn Budget, it has been confirmed that the UK tax charge that applies to certain lump sum death benefits from pension schemes will change from the current 45% tax charge (reduced from 55% in April 2015) to a beneficiary’s marginal UK income tax rate if the payment is made on or after 6 April 2016. […]
21 July, 2015
While the new UK pension freedoms introduced in April 2015 provide new beneficial flexibilities for those drawing their UK pensions, retirees also need to carefully consider the tax implications of such flexibilities. As a result of the new UK pension rules, those aged 55 and over can now take as much or as little pension […]