Planning your expat retirement
Expatriate life can be exciting, adventurous and rewarding. However, it also presents a unique set of financial complexities and challenges.
The biggest of those challenges is planning for retirement.
As long-time expatriates ourselves, we understand the challenges around retirement planning for expats ― the bewildering array of options, a lack of comprehensive guidance, conflicting tax jurisdictions, currency issues, complex local and home country regulations, international marriages, among a myriad of other issues.
As a specialist retirement planning team with AES International, we help expatriates like you to cut through the complexity; enabling you to build a plan that allows you to confidently retire while you are still healthy enough to enjoy life to the full, without the fear of running out of money in later life.
We know it can be difficult to find objective advice that blends both the local and global perspective you require and that truly addresses the range of retirement planning and investment issues you face as an expat.
Our goal is to serve as your trusted advisor, help you make better financial decisions and work with you in creating your ideal retirement.
Why choose us?
We will talk to you in plain English without any unnecessary waffle or jargon.
2. Your advice will be provided by a Chartered Financial Planner
3. We have been doing this for nearly two decades
Planning for retirement is not something to be taken lightly; you only have one chance to get it right. We have 20 years’experience in helping British expats to confidently plan for their retirement.
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