Retirees are the biggest group of expats living in France, and the back and forth on the terms of a Brexit deal, and even whether there will be a deal at all, makes it difficult to make financial planning…
Retiring to France
Welcome to our comprehensive guide to Retiring to France. A complete on-line resource for information for those thinking about Retiring to France.
The French climate, food, wine and the laid back French lifestyle along with the excellent healthcare are some of the reasons that more and more people are choosing to retire to France. Here you will find all the information you need to enable you to make the most of your retirement in France, from choosing the right area in France to retire to, looking after your pension income, future proofing your legacy and other articles to help you carefully plan your finances when retiring to France.
If you can’t find the information you are looking for in this section, please scroll down the page where you will find all of our articles on retiring to France.
Considerations to make when retiring to France
Essential information to help with planning your retirement in France.
Financial planning when retiring to France
Make the most of your pension and savings on retiring to France.
Latest articles on retirement
We spoke to Brian Furzer of Spectrum IFA about the pension advice you cannot do without. If you are in Nouvelle-Aquitaine and need expert guidance you need look no further. Brexit! Where will it lead to? Unsurprisingly, I can offer no crystal…
Pensions are often the key to long-term financial security, so it is crucial to take extreme care when deciding what to do here. Expatriates have the added complication of factoring in the tax rules of two countries, as well as the potential for Brexit to limit the range of opportunities.
UK state pension benefits are set by the UK Government. Generally speaking, if you’ve always lived and worked in the UK, your state pension shouldn’t be directly affected as a result of Brexit. If you’ve moved or move…
When moving to a foreign country, one of the things one must consider is “pension planning”. In France, for years retirees relied solely on the state pension system called “systéme de retraite par reversion”, a reversionary pension system.…
Banking in France Banking in France can seem very different to what you are used to. Things are changing and internet banking is becoming more popular, but some of the processes can still seem very dated and not very customer…
Emma is worried about paying inheritance tax in France and needs advice on what to do next.
By making the lifestyle choice to live in France, you will want to make the most of what this country has to offer by enjoying the beautiful scenery and climate for as long as you possibly can. That may…