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Young, Single and Spending too Much?

A notorious city for high salaries, Singapore is a great place to earn a decent living after just leaving University, but it is also a very good place to spend your money. Whether it is shopping trips down Orchard Road, Brunches in 5-Star hotels or drinking along the quays or at the beach; Singapore is a very easy place to spend all of your hard earned cash.

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Could Your Final Salary Pension Drop in Value by up to 15%?

Those looking to transfer their final salary pensions could face drastic cuts from April. Visit us to learn more about the UK final salary pensions scheme.

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Inheritance Tax: UK’s Most Hated Tax Lives On

Inheritance Tax

George Osborne’s move to allow families to pass on estates worth up to £1 million free of inheritance tax (IHT) was warmly received, but is far less generous than it first seems.

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2016 Is Here – Time to Make Your New Year’s Resolutions?

This is the time of year when we think about the year ahead and make our New Year’s Resolutions – but what about our finances? Here are some tips to get your finances in order.

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Is this the Death of the UK Buy-to-Let Boom Years?

Following the recent Summer Budget there have been many who suggested that the boom in buy-to-let may be living on borrowed time. Two significant changes to tax rules for buy-to-let investors in residential property were revealed in the Budget.

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The Australian Budget 2015 – What are the key threats to your financial well-being?

Find out how the changes introduced in the Budget will impact you as an Australian Expatriate and what you can do about it.

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The Impact of a New UK Government

Following the General Election on 7th May, the Conservatives alone now form the UK government and it is a purely Conservative affair, not a coalition. Find out how this will impact you and what you can do about it.

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China’s Booming Stock Market… Where will it end?

A market update on China’s economy and stock market. What you should consider before investing in China’s market as an investor.

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Who’s your little Angel’s Guardian?

As an expat, it is likely your nominated legal guardians for your children, named in your wills, do not live in Singapore. What happens to your child if the unthinkable happens?

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Guide to Capital Gains Tax for non-UK Residents

What you need to know if you’re not a resident in the UK and would like to sell a UK residential property. Download our FAQ guide for more information.

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