Finding the right offshore pension is easier now leading global financial firm QROPS.net has set up a one-stop advice centre to help retirement savers make the best choices.
As the rules for QROPS (qualifying recognised overseas pension schemes) change yet again to combat tax abuse on April 6, 2012, investors need to have a trustworthy and up-to-date reference source to make sure their pensions are performing at the top of the market.
The QROPS.net service does exactly that with a ‘whole of the market’ service covering every offshore financial centre offering QROPS.
Ex pats looking for a QROPS or reviewing their current financial arrangements as new tax rules take effect from April 6, can rely on QROPS.net to provide:
- Expert tax advice that marries income tax, capital gains and inheritance tax rules in the country where the QROPS investor lives with the UK and the country where the QROPS is hosted
- The latest product advice in this fast-changing market, including exclusive offers subject to availability and advance notice of the latest offshore centres to offer QROPS
- An independent advice service that tailors a QROPS scheme to the retirement saver’s financial objectives
- Ongoing product and investment performance reviews to keep a QROPS on track to meet the client’s retirement goals
Helping people around the globe
“We continually review our service to make sure QROPS.net offers the most comprehensive QROPS service to our clients,” said QROPS.net
“The QROPS market is complicated with products that change at short notice and rules that can easily catch investors unawares. We want to make QROPS simpler so clients can concentrate on managing their money rather than worrying about breaking tax rules.
“As leading QROPS advisers for several years, we believe we understand the market and what clients need to know when comparing products, investment returns and tax rules.”
QROPS.net is offering a QROPS comparison service across thousands of pensions and dozens of offshore centres for ex pats who want to transfer their UK pension.