Returning To Ireland After Working Abroad
Many returning emigrants to Ireland find themselves out of touch in terms of how they should deal with retirement funding, stock options from past employers or simpler things such as protection insurance covers for their family.
Restarting a financial life in Ireland can be a somewhat daunting experience especially where you may have got used to the tax, legal and pension arrangements in a foreign country.
Organising Your Financial Future (Again) In Ireland
Many of our current clients were also returning emigrants who, at the time, needed guidance on arranging their financial affairs in Ireland especially where different tax rules apply to a range of financial products.
If you are in a similar position you may also have foreign investments and pension plans that you may need advice on as to how the Irish tax environment treats them. Furthermore you may also need advice on:
- Setting up an Irish pension for a new employment or making a claim on a previously funded Irish pension.
- Possibly consolidating all your lifetime’s working pensions into one scheme?
- What the tax treatment on dealing with Restricted Stock Units (RSU) of a past employer’s share listing?
- What the protection rules for bank deposits are and where is the best place to invest your money?
We have extensive experience in this general area and through with our network of specialist tax and investment advisers both in Ireland and abroad we have helped many returning emigrants reorganise their changing financial circumstances.
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