Retiring in France
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Your dream of buying a property in France could come true. The new UK pension reform rules are set to revolutionise the way we take income retirement.
Video update: An expert weighs in on what action should be taken by owners of French property in view of the inheritance law changes in France on the application of the 2015 EU rules.
The new UK pension regime is just around the corner, coming into effect from 6th April. This is a major change for retirees, with the restrictions on how much income and lump sum you can take being removed for defined contribution schemes.
Our experts answer questions from our readers. In this case, the query is about the validity of a foreign power of attorney in France.
Retirement in France for a chartered accountant closed one chapter but opened an entirely new possibility. What if a whole new life unfolded?
If you quality as an early retiree, make sure you stay ahead of the rules and regulations in order to receive the same healthcare rights as French nationals.
Retiring to France is a dream but high taxes can make you hesitate. We look at how spending your golden years in France might actually work to your financial advantage.
Around 70% of prospective overseas buyers are aged 50 or over and with 59% stating emigration for retirement as the purpose for their overseas property purchase, France remains one of the most popular destinations for those in their “third age”.