There are literally thousands of Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Schemes (QROPS) available and endless variations of the solutions and structures for your pension. QROPS.net is here to remove the hassle, time, labour and confusion in trying to find the best solution for your unique personal circumstances. Our goal is to provide the very best independent and honest advice to empower you to make an informed decision.
Our expert team of advisers will answer all questions you may have, explain the benefits, the process and steps to be taken and then will complete all the paper work for you. You can be sure that you will receive clear, simple and straight forward facts and advice based on the official guidance by HMRC.
Independent Advice, Globally!
There are many reasons people around the world transfer their UK pensions to a QROPS. These range from inheritance tax planning (IHT), growth on the pension, greater investment freedom, tax efficiency and releasing money. Whatever your reasons are, with the help of our pension expert team, you can be sure that the best possible solution will be delivered.
Whole of the Market Advice
We are the only ”whole of the market” advisory firm, meaning we advise and offer every QROPS available around the globe. We offer a complete service from finding the best scheme and building the solution to the investment advice and portfolio management.
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