How does the Bank of England base rate cut affect you?

As the  Coronavirus continues to infect markets around the globe, the Bank of England took the unprecedented step of cutting the base rate to 0.1%. The lowest it has ever been.

Being thousands of miles away from the UK, it can be easy to brush this off. However, this could have a huge impact on the retirement plans of millions of British expats living and working abroad.


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What does the rate cut mean for your savings?  Download your FREE e-guide now to discover:

  • How to make use of all the tax allowances that come with your expat status.
  • How to improve your tax efficiency.
  • The damage low interest rates has on your savings.
  • Why low interest rates are becoming the new normal
  • The importance of diversifying your investments
  • Safe and secure investment locations
  • Tax efficient Jurisdictions
  • How to increase the performance of your savings
Low interest rates are great for borrowers, but are bad news for savers. Expats are having to explore different ways to invest their hard earned savings to be able to achieve the returns they need for the perfect retirement.
We use UK Crown Dependencies or territories with similar protection and the same transparent regulations. This allows us to offer tax efficient investments and savings with high levels of investor protection which gives peace of mind to our clients.


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