QROPS Gibraltar. Tax Tips for British Expats

Please see http://www.qropsspecialists.com/qrops-gibraltar for the full article concerning UK pension transfers to Gibraltar.

QROPS in Gibraltar have now launched. You can transfer your pension to Gibraltar, a British overseas territory occupying a narrow peninsula of Spain’s southern Mediterranean coast to avoid UK taxes legally. Fortunately, Gibraltar operates outside the UK tax net. A QROPS pension transfer to Gibraltar means avoiding 55% tax upon death imposed in the UK whilst in drawdown as well as avoiding income taxes in the UK of up to 50%. Gibraltar imposes merely a 2.5% tax upon your pension income in drawdown. It will grow tax free and there will be no inheritance tax or any other taxes upon death.

UK pension transfers for British Expats living abroad to avoid paying taxes legally in the UK. QROPS pension transfers for British expatriates living overseas or who want to retire abroad. British expats can avoid inheritance taxes and avoid income taxes legally through a pension transfer to a QROPS in Malta. QROPS enable clients to avoid IHT and UK taxes whilst delivering high yield investments. QROPS Specialists offer investment advice and endeavour to increase your return on investment for your pension whilst avoiding taxes in the UK whilst you are offshore. We use diversified investments to reduce risk for your hard earned pension monies.

Please send your pension enquiry today to QROPS Specialists so that we can tailor a solution to fit your needs.

Email: info@qropsspecialists.com

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