Tax Havens target individuals and corporations who wish to avoid large scale tax liabilities which may be payable within their own country. Naturally, this makes tax havens a magnet for the wealthy. With that in mind, the key message to remember throughout is, having wealth placed in a tax haven is not illegal, but whatever […]
As the cost-of-living crisis continues and inflation soars, some people will be more inclined to take out extra funds from their pension. Even those who are still working may begin taking an income from their pot sooner than they had planned. While this may temporarily cover immediate costs, it comes with the risk of having […]
It recently came to light that 134,000 people have been underpaid their state pension. A public spending watchdog released a report that showed the cases were mostly women, many being widows. The underpayments reached a total of £1 billion. Some of these underpayments date all the way back to the mid ‘80s. These underpayments occurred […]
In our article this week, we address some hot button topics that have been coming up in the financial discourse. We also provide you with some important take-away information that you may not be aware of. Changes in pension law and UK investments Due to the legal repercussions of Brexit, it is now against the […]
As we head into the month of August, we decided that our article would be less about specific financial advice or indeed guidance on a particular aspect of finance, but rather as a way to thank all of our clients, both local, and throughout Europe. We would also like to use this opportunity to thank […]
From small beginnings with just a handful of people and a vision, to three offices and a list of partnerships who are each delivering on their values and promise to PCC Wealth Management’s expatriate clients, while ensuring the highest levels of trust – means integrity and quality continues. PCC Wealth Management run as an independent […]
After years of hard work and saving, it’s finally time to travel and to enjoy our retirement years without worrying about our finances.
The UK has continued to see a rise in the number of people accessing their pension pots or enquiring about doing so. People accessing their pension as a flexible income has increased by 56% according to research since the first lockdown last year. The increase is due to people withdrawing after holding off when stock […]