UK News - Emigrate UK Page 5

This is the category page for all UK news here on emigrate.co.uk, where you can view all the UK emigration news.

Expat residents love Turkey’s unique way of coping with the pandemic

Expat residents love Turkey’s unique way of coping with the pandemic
Expats living in Turkey are having a far easier time than their counterparts elsewhere in Europe. Turkey was a favourite for Western expats right up until the violence of the Arab Spring, but seems now to be regaining its popularity due to its sensitive approach to the coronavirus pandemic. The country’s recently reformed healthcare...

Deadly coronavirus pandemic forces Europe to close down

Deadly coronavirus pandemic forces Europe to close down
Europe is shutting down as the pandemic takes over. Brits who’ve planned to leave the UK for an EU member state by the end of this year may have to either cancel or delay their departure due to the seemingly uncontrollable spread of the coronavirus pandemic. It’s not just those heading to the EU who’re affected, as many other...

Extra stamp duty increase on buy to let is bad news for expat investors

Extra stamp duty increase on buy to let is bad news for expat investors
If your expat retirement strategy is based on buy-to-let income, yesterday’s 2020 budget may not be great news. Nowadays, many would-be expats planning their overseas retirement base their investment income on British buy-to-let revenues, with the long term appreciation in house prices an added bonus. Buying and letting out a property...

Is Turkey the answer for expats leaving EU member states?

Is Turkey the answer for expats leaving EU member states?
Given that Iran, Iraq and Syria lie along Turkey’s southeastern border, is the country a good destination for relocating expat retirees? The magnificent city of Istanbul, the Roman ruins along Turkey’s southern and western coastlines, Pamphylia’s sunny, wide beaches and warm seas, the steppes of Anatolia and the mountainous backdrop...

Brit pensions watchdog warns employers over underfunded DBPs

Brit pensions watchdog warns employers over underfunded DBPs
If you’re relying on your workplace defined benefit pension to fund your expat retirement strategy – read on! Britain’s financial watchdog is warning companies against the deliberate underfunding of workplace pensions which could lead to savers being far short of adequate funds for their retirements. The warning came as the...

Debenhams Cyprus closure rated as the end of an expat era

Debenhams Cyprus closure rated as the end of an expat era
British expats needing a taste of home could be disappointed once the Nicosia Debenhams closes its doors. For many British expats, a taste of home is almost essential for their health and well-being and is taken into account when deciding on a suitable country for work or retirement. Over the years, businesses in many UK expat hubs have...

Expats warned over financial pitfalls of reassignment to the UAE

Expats warned over financial pitfalls of reassignment to the UAE
If you’re a Brit heading to the Middle East on reassignment or after receiving the job offer of your dreams, your new situation will need consideration as regards tasks to be done before and just after you arrive. Taking care of your financial situation isn’t just about how much salary you’ll be receiving in your new job, as there...

UK expat retirement strategies being wrecked by low pension payments

UK expat retirement strategies being wrecked by low pension payments
A successful expat retirement strategy often depends on a satisfactory pension income topped up by capital released via the sale of the home country property. Even although capital appreciation on property purchase is almost inevitable nowadays, monthly income from a state and/or private pension is crucial in the provision of funds...

Georgetown welcomes British expats as part of its colonial history

Georgetown welcomes British expats as part of its colonial history
If you’re veering towards Asia as your favourite expat destination but want to avoid the obvious such as Thailand or Vietnam, the Malaysian island of Penang and its capital Georgetown are well worth more than one thought. Asia’s fascination for Westerners began well over a century ago and continues today with expats now located in...

Brit expats missing their UK favourites should consider a VPN

Brit expats missing their UK favourites should consider a VPN
Brit expats desperate for a taste of home should use a VPN. Moving overseas as an expat professional may well bring huge benefits to your career prospects, but it’s likely to restrict your access to much of the internet’s UK-based content. For those living and working in countries with restrictive regimes such as Russia, China or the...

NEWS CATEGORIES