Last year on the 6th April, the standard pensions lifetime allowance (LTA) reduced again from £1.25m to £1.0m meaning it has dropped by a combined £800,000 since 2010.
You worked hard to accrue your pension, make sure you don’t lose it!
Thankfully as a UK Expat you could be able to avoid being affected by these changes. However, you only have a short period of time to take action and protect your savings!
Failure to protect your pension before 5th April 2017 could result in the loss of £125k from your retirement fund.
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Download your FREE ‘HOW TO PROTECT YOUR PENSION’ e-guide now and find out how to:
- Apply for protection from the 2014 reduction
- Secure your personalised LTA limit
- Reduce your tax liability
- Protect your hard-earned wealth
What is the lifetime allowance?
The LTA is the total amount you're allowed to save across all pensions without being taxed.
If you have a combined private pension fund in excess of £1 million you must act now to protect your retirement plans.
Unsure of the value of your pension?
GWM are award winning experts that specialise in assisting UK expats with all aspects of the retirement planning process .
If you are unsure of how much you have accrued or whether your pensions performance is up to scratch, after downloading your FREE Guide you will be eligible for a complimentary financial health check with one of our experienced advisers.