United Kingdom (3rd February, 2012) – Which Offshore, the Internet’s best resource for global expatriates, has exclusively revealed Guernsey’s plans regarding the future of the QROPS pension transfer.
With new HMRC legislation set to be introduced, many have questioned how the QROPS transfer will be affected in different jurisdictions, with eyes firmly planted on Guernsey, the world’s leading QROPS jurisdiction, to see how they would react.
Now, ahead of an official announcement, Which Offshore News can exclusively reveal what Guernsey has in store for the QROPS. To read this important article, visit Which Offshore News section at www.whichoffshore.com/news/qrops-2012.
The Which Offshore website is a great tool for people who are currently living abroad and also for people who are currently just thinking about moving abroad. Within the Which Offshore website, you will find the latest in financial and expat related news, written and sourced by their team of specially-trained journalists and writers.
A spokesperson from Which Offshore said: “This issue is incredibly important to both residents and non-residents of Guernsey. Guernsey is considered the world’s leading QROPS jurisdiction, so any potential changes to legislation is major news. At Which Offshore, we are excited to be the first to reveal what plans are in store for the QROPS pension transfer. As well as this news, you will also find informative blog posts on a range of topics from useful tips on moving abroad to detailed looks at different financial products and investments that are available to UK expats.”
Which Offshore has a wealth of information on an incredibly varied range of topics that are sure to be of interest to expatriates around the world, and there is much more information to be found about pensions, retirement planning and QROPS.
For more news and information on QROPS and Which Offshore’s other service, visit their website at www.whichoffshore.com/.
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