Retiring overseas is becoming more popular with soon-to-be pensioners as time goes by, as it opens up a wide range of international investment opportunities that are largely unavailable to non-expat residents.
Moving overseas in your retirement can help you earn a supplementary income, as well as benefit from tax-efficient savings, maximising the earnings you have in your pension pot.
However, before you pack your bags and leave for greener (or sunnier) pastures, you have to make sure you have the means to maintain the comfortable lifestyle you are used to, even in a different country.
With more than a decade of experience in financial advisory services for internationally mobile clients, Acuma Hong Kong can assist you in making the most out of your overseas retirement. You probably have a lot of questions about the financial side of expatriation, including queries about how your pension can work for you, so here at Acuma Hong Kong, we will assign you to an independent financial adviser, who will help you start planning your retirement in a way that will benefit you, addressing any problems or issues you may have.
Each client, with their respective retirement prospects, is different, so your one-to-one sessions are dedicated to working out the details of your retirement plan. The sooner you start planning and saving, the sooner you can enjoy the peace of mind that comes from financial independence and security.
If you are interested in finding out more about how to maximise your overseas retirement, please contact Acuma Hong Kong for a free consultation with one of our financial advisers.
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