United Kingdom newspaper The Telegraph is to hold a series of road shows throughout the UK that are aimed at assisting British residents to manage their finances when they relocate overseas.
The roadshows, which are to be held in Harrogate, Manchester, London, Bristol and Birmingham will be organized in association with Belvins Franks and Moneycorp and will take place throughout March. A full range of financial advice for expatriates will be offered covering a wide range of topics from foreign exchange and through to health insurance and pensions. David Franks, of Blevins Franks, will be discussing international tax planning and will cover topics related to the tax implications of moving abroad and methods by which UK citizens can make tax savings through the use of offshore trusts and offshore pensions. They will also be providing a tax and pensions specialist.
Discussing the roadshows Chris Deverson of Moneycorp said: “It’s about the sort of financial services one needs need before one heads off. We’ll be talking about how to get more for your money when transferring currency by finding rates that are more competitive than those on offer from your bank.
“You should meet someone who will make your life easier.”
The current schedule for the roadshow events is as follows:
Harrogate, April 9, Cairn hotel
Manchester, April 16, Crowne Plaza Manchester City Centre
London April 22 and 23, 111 Buckingham Palace Road, Telegraph office
Bristol, April 30, Novotel Bristol Centre
Birmingham, May 7, Hilton Metropole
Two seminars will be held per day; one commencing at 10am and one at 2pm. There are limited places available so it is recommended that interested parties sign up in advance by calling 0800 0277756, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Online registration is available here.
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